The best things with my exchange journey have been the travels I made, and just the opportunity to live in another country – to bag a munro (climb a small mountain), enjoy fish and chips on Buchanan Street close to one of the street musicians or go on a pub crawl with the other international students. Also, the introduction activities for international students were really nice.
For my personal development, I believe I have developed my abilities with the English language, and maybe the Scottish too, just a wee bit. I also think that this journey has made me more open and more secure in myself.
I really enjoyed studying in Glasgow. The city is big, versatile and exciting, and people are generally very nice and helpful. The language is somewhat difficult at times but always charming, and the weather extremely similar to the weather in Sweden – possibly a bit more wet – but that way you get to experience all sorts of Glasgows: Sunny, windy, rainy, foggy...
I hope you decide to go if you are thinking about it!