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When life gives you lemons, you make lemonade, right? So when life gives you the opportunity to study in a foreign country, you go, right? And so I did. Again.

What I’ve learned from the last 6 months after moving home from Melbourne, is that things don’t always go as planned. When coming home, I had my plans set: I was moving to Copenhagen to pursue a second undergrad, this time in Graphic Design. But as I realised I had the qualifications to undertake a postgrad in Communication Design instead, the decision wasn’t hard to make. So here I am, in London, ready to embark on my first Master’s degree this Monday at Ravensbourne in North Greenwich.

I’ve already met a bunch of incredible people from uni that I’m looking forward to be working and spending time with the coming year.

As the last few days have been busy due to enrollment and induction sessions at uni, I haven’t really had the time to see much of London yet. But now that the weekend’s here you will find me in central London most of the time, exploring this incredible city.

I have a feeling I’ve made the right decision.

LagreLagre

Ragnhild Utne er en fotograf, kommunikasjonsdesigner og guide bosatt i Longyearbyen. Hun har en bachelorgrad i fotografi fra RMIT University, Australia, og en mastergrad i kommunikasjonsdesign fra University of the Arts London.

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  • frida

    wæ så utrolig spennende! masse lykke til :D

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