Monday I was at the Christmas Market together with several friends from the study. We took a look around and there were some small shops serving Glühwein (svarer lidt til Glögg), Crepes and much more. I guess the atmosphere would be nice, if it was a weekend. The Flensburg Christmas Market was quite dead but we were also there on a monday evening. It was wet and cold, but hey so is it. I think I will be going there again, but next time will be in the weekend, as there will be much more activies.
After several considerations regarding the blog (also because of the long writing break), I’ve decided to write in both Danish and English. I’ll give it a try and see how it goes. I know a lot of people who do not know Danish at all. So I would rather do it in both languages. So from now on you’ll see the English as the first part, and Danish as the second. So all my updates will be mostly about the study time in Flensburg.
No, you can now use the translation buttons! I have translated and seperated the posts by language 🙂
I haven’t updated the blog for almost 25 days. I apologize for that. I’ve had a very hectic months due to the start of studies. I didn’t have any Wi-fi from the 1st of September to the 14th of September. I started in Flensburg at the University but I also study in Sønderborg. I find it very cool. I’ll tell more about later.
Right now am I changing the design (again) on the blog before I start with anything. From there I will about some of the things which have happened in September. And then will the blog start up again, slowly 🙂
As other people in Denmark I had to apply for an university before the 5th of July, which I also did. Many months before I have tried to fufill the requirements to get in to the Hamurg University but it wasn’t possible. Broken, I realised I had to find an University in Denmark. In my mind I always had the voice of that I wanted an international line. That is why I chose BSc in Economics and Business Administration – International Economics and Business Relationships (English) in Sønderborg. I wrote a bit about it in Hamborg eller Sønderborg. Buuuut… I think around the 15th of July I found something different in Flensburg. I had already taken a look at Flensburg but it was as a German Applicant. Now I managed to come from Flensburg University’s website to the websit of SDU (University of Southern Denmark). There I found a line named BA int./SPRØK (Sønderborg/Flensborg). At first I was just thinking “fuuuuck that….” because I had already passed the deadline of applience for the first round. So I kept myself the next 3 weeks updated and also evaluated the chance for getting in via a free, avaible spot. I already knew that my chances were good because of my grades and also because of the number of applicants from last year.
In 2014 it looked like this:
Available spots: Free admission
Number of applicants 1. prio: 39
Number of students admitted 1. prio: 34
Numbers published the 30th of July 2015 regarding the numbers of applicants and students admitted:
Available spots: 86
Number of applicants 1. prio: 25
Number of students admitted 1. prio: 24
Because of this I was able to conclude that I shouldn’t fight with anyone over the remaining 61 spots. But everything has been luck. But statistically have the humanistic lines at SDU been reduced with 1 %. Personally am I happy that this exactly this line isn’t that interesting for many 🙂