Leo Lundbladh

Sciences Po, Paris, Busua, Ghana

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Imagine what it would be like to live out fully the things you value the most. An ability to shape life closer to how you want it to be played out for the future. To me, that is university studies. It toughens you up for future opportunities to learn and live life closer to your ideal. In reality this implies to keep going, and be humble. I want to conclude by saying no more than that I have found writing, is a great way to unravel thoughts to consider and process experiences out of the ordinary. While it can be … Läs mer

Impossible N’est Pas Français

After handing in my MFS bachelor thesis, while remaining in the small fishing village Busua in Ghana. I began my distance studies in January 2021 as an exchange student at the university Sciences Po in Paris, France. To study at a top university really is something that I had wanted to experience for a long while. The high level of education, the intensity, taught by experts in their field that are helpful to guide you. I mean it really is a privilege, that I advice anyone with an opportunity – to do. Sciences Po Sciences Po ranks 2nd in the … Läs mer


On 20 November 2020, I engaged on a journey to fulfill my Minor Field Study Bachelor’s thesis in Political Science at Lund University in the developing country Ghana. In reality, I really did not know what I was getting myself into. But that’s the beauty. You never know. Busua Located in the Ahanta West District in the western region of south Ghana, I stayed 4 months in the fishing village and beach resort Busua, by the sea. I started my day drinking fresh papaya and orange juice from Frank in the morning. Plantain or fufu with tuna for lunch, and … Läs mer


Here you can follow my story that is in progress, and that will not finish in a good while. In November 2020, I conducted my minor field study in Political Science in the village Dixcove in the western region of south Ghana. This experience not only made me aware of many of the real opportunities in developing countries, but more ascertain to want to work with global development in the future. During this time I was not only forced to reach the true bottom of my privilege, but it made me realize how amazingly inadequate my worldview corresponded to real … Läs mer