Greetings from Sweden
Hedvig Andersson
CampusTales Contributor
King's College London
August 3rd, 2017


It’s been almost two months since I left the city for a more quiet stay in the South of Sweden. In between chilly swims, weekend trips and summer parties, I’ve been working with the logistic team at Nestlé. Getting some hands on work experience within the food industry, somewhere I can really picture myself working in the future.





Nevertheless, I am looking forward to my second year, at the now re-named King’s Business school. Unlike last year, we are now our own faculty at King’s College London. The ambition is to integrate the school even more with Business London, enabling us students to work together with prominent firms but also smaller start-ups in the city. Or like our new Dean, Professor Stephen Bach, puts it:
King’s Business School will combine the agility of a start-up with the heritage of King’s, collaborating with other faculties to ensure an innovative student experience.
Another exiting perk of becoming our own faculty is the major upgrade from our old more anonymous facilities, to the astonishing Bush House. It a beautiful stone building constructed in 1920s and it used to be the BBCs headquarters. Which I will try to remember when I rush in for my 9am lectures…
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Greetings from Sweden
Hedvig Andersson
CampusTales Contributor
King's College London
June 4th, 2017
It’s been almost two months since I left the city for a more quiet stay in the South of Sweden. In between chilly swims, weekend trips and summer parties, I’ve been working with the logistic team at Nestlé. Getting some hands on work experience within the food industry, somewhere I can really picture myself working in the future.


Nevertheless, I am looking forward to my second year, at the now re-named King’s Business school. Unlike last year, we are now our own faculty at King’s College London. The ambition is to integrate the school even more with Business London, enabling us students to work together with prominent firms but also smaller start-ups in the city. Or like our new Dean, Professor Stephen Bach, puts it:
King’s Business School will combine the agility of a start-up with the heritage of King’s, collaborating with other faculties to ensure an innovative student experience.
Another exiting perk of becoming our own faculty is the major upgrade from our old more anonymous facilities, to the astonishing Bush House. It a beautiful stone building constructed in 1920s and it used to be the BBCs headquarters. Which I will try to remember when I rush in for my 9am lectures…
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