During my stay I took three courses. Teams in Interprofessional Practice (TiIP), Supporting Anticipatory Care for Long Term Conditions (SAC) and Enhancing Values Based Nursing Practice (EVBNP). The only one I found actually useful was TiIP. In that one we got to practice case scenarios with students from other professions such as physiotherapy students and diagnostic imaging students. The other courses either felt like they were too easy or a bit too advanced. The courses were chosen for me to fit the program, but I'm not completely unhappy with them.
I adjusted to life in Glasgow and Scotland pretty quickly. The culture is not that different from Sweden. Glasgow has a very rich culture life. The buildings are either old and gothic or newer ones that mostly look like lumps of gray cement. They mix well together though and there are a lot of murals around the city. There is a pub on every corner and I quickly found my favorite one. The general prizes for food and drinks are much lower in Scotland than in Sweden. It was such a luxury living so close to everything that was going on, from Harry Potter trivia nights to big concerts with popular artists.