The current age is defined by on demand services to a global economy and this puts pressure on companies to adapt and deal with different cultures and ways of working. What better way to adapt to these ever-changing markets than hiring the best international minds schooled at KTH. The international students from various fields of study will contribute in enriching the diversity of your teams and become more competent to meet international standards.
The biggest drawback for international students coming out on the working market in Sweden is the language barrier, it can often be very hard to find companies that offer jobs in English. At Work in Sweden, we work with companies which are ready to be flexible on language requirements and make them more inclined towards your technical skill sets. Also at Work in Sweden, the fact of you being an international student will only be projected as an advantage, as we believe it to be of great value to see help Sweden contribute towards the global economy!
Project manager for Work in Sweden 2017/2018. Studying her second year of bachelors in Engineering Physics at KTH. Was a team member for Green Week the previous year.
Also engaged in other associations in campus such as THS International Reception and KTH MAIN.
Pursuing Masters in Distributed Systems, KTH Kista. Has over 9 years of work experience in Information Technology with companies like PayPal and Ubisoft. Currently employed as a Senior QA Engineer at Accedo AB, Stockholm. Hails from Tamil Nadu, South India and can speak Tamil, Hindi and English fluently. Loves Video games, dancing, YouTube content producing and Cosplaying!
A master’s student in Civil and Architectural Engineering, with a major in Structural Engineering. He previously worked for a Civil Engineering consulting firm for four and a half years on various infrastructure projects, carrying out design and project management roles. He is passionate about urban infrastructure and architecture and is a strong believer in taming our natural environment in a sustainable way through the structures we build. He comes from Zambia, home of the beautiful Victoria Falls (one of the Seven Wonders of the World) and believes that harnessing diversity is a sure way to enhance the Swedish job market!
Graduate student in the Transport and Geoinformation Technology master program, Karim is originally from Lebanon and France. Having studied in a French high school until graduation, he completed his bachelor degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering (BEng) in the American University of Beirut (AUB). Passionate in urban transportation planning and public transportation, Karim is also really interested in history, politics and languages (fluent in French, English and Arabic with some knowledge in Swedish and Spanish). Well-round as well as sustainably-driven individuals are what, he believes, will give Swedish firms their edge in a constantly more competitive world.
He is pursuing master’s degree in Sustainable Technology from KTH Royal Institute of Technology. His undergraduate studies in Mechanical engineering gives him a solid foundation which enables him to better understand the concept of sustainability that needs to be applied in every sphere of human lives. A sustainable action is taken only when it is taken considering different impacts on different spheres. Similarly, in work place, diverse set of minds gives the best possible solution to any problem because it is thought from different perspectives.
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