This is the last number of Nådiga Lundtan this semester, and the last chronicle that I will write for the magazine. This also means that it is the last semester for many students here in Lund. For some students it means happiness and excitement to take a step forward in their carrier. For other students it means anxiety and worry, what will happen now? Should I take another course or should I try, for real, to get a job?
Even tough I’m about 2 years from that moment, I can already feel that I will be the last-mentioned type of student. For me Lund has been my home for about 2 years, where I have made a lot of new friends and created a life for myself. When I’m about to leave Lund to explore the world, I will try to make a difference by using the knowledge and experience I have gained during my years at Lund University. I know I’m going to be terrified and I’m going to have second thoughts about taking the step out in the real world. In fact, I think it sounds terrifying just by writing these sentences.
So far, Lund has given me so much. Everything from academic knowledge, to leadership skills. Still, the scary thing about leaving Lund, is leaving your safety. You know what you have but you never know what you will get.