Most mornings, I typically get up at 6:30am because I’m a morning person, and I do a bit of study/reading as well as call my family and friends and catch up with each other. The day can vary considerably depending on whether or not I have a class that day.
On the days (Tuesday to Thursday) that I have class, I’ll be at the uni from 8am till midday. Each class consists of a 2-hour lecture followed by a 2-hour exercise period. This 4-hour learning period passes surprisingly quickly and before you know it, it’s lunchtime (or break-fast time for me because I don’t eat in the mornings). I usually prepare my own food and take it with me to the canteen in the main building and eat with my mates, but sometimes I’ll grab a few more things from the canteen to supplement what I have. Post-lunch, I’ll study for an hour or two or attend weekly meetings that I have with a start-up I joined, and then hit the gym for two hours in the late afternoon. Since I only have classes on Tuesdays to Thursdays, I usually spend those evenings studying, cooking, and planning traveling trips around Europe!
On the days that I don’t have class (Friday to Monday), I’ll still get up at 6:30am (unless I went out the previous night in which case I’ll get my beauty sleep in) and do a bit of study/reading and call my family and friends. I’ll do some work and go to the gym in the morning. If I don’t have any planned trips that weekend, I’ll go into the city with my friends and explore some museums, try out new food places, and discover different parts of Copenhagen. During some weekends, I’ll fly/train to a new city in a different country for a few days and explore.
Here are some of my discoveries: