One of the reasons why I chose Jönköping University was because I had heard about the good exchange possibilities. So, I was sure that I wanted to go abroad even before I started studying. I had worked and travel abroad before, but never studied abroad. That is one of the reasons why I choose to go on an exchange semester. I wanted to live abroad as a student. I studied full time at the FH Vorarlberg, which equals 30 ECTS. I took nine different courses, which all included some sort of examination. Most of the times we wrote essays or did presentations and we had one oral exam. We were quite free in how we wanted to present our work, which opened up for a lot of creativity. My two favorite courses are called Innovative Methods and Gender & Diversity training. During the Innovative Methods course, we learned to work with clay, did a hike in a cave and learned about the rhythm of music whilst playing drums. The course ended with a garden party at our teacher’s house. During the Gender and Diversity training course, we learned to reflect a lot about our own prejudices, the difference between gender and sex and why it’s important to understand these differences. The examination of that course required us students to hold a lesson of 90 minutes, which was challenging, fun and very educational. Other courses I took was Social Justice, European and International Social Policies, Transnational Project Work and Development Cooperation, Intercultural Dialogue, German Culture and Communication, English for Social Work and Social Work as a Human Rights Profession. They all sound pretty interesting, right? They defiantly were. I learned something important from every course. The teaching methods that were used at the FH Vorarlberg were very learning efficient and much more varying than what I have experienced before.