The biggest line: Swedish coursesInternational
The AF-castles is getting filled as more students arrive during the day. Things run smoothly, and the most crowded activities are settled around the Swedish courses.
– There might still be a chance to get a place I have heard, says Elina Pajula from Finland, standing together with Carmen de
Ridder and Micael Imhof.
– But I think it will be crowded, look at the line, says Carmen de Ridder from the Netherlands.
Standing in the line they feel that things have been running on smoothly during Arrival day.
– You would have expected more things to come up when there are so many students coming at the same time, says Carmen de Ridder, whom are staying in Lund for a semester.
Micael Imhof has already studied Swedish in his home university in Switzerland , and wonders which level to take then he starts his course.
– I have been taking Swedish for one and a half year before, so I feel like I could take the second level. We will see what the organizers think.