Welcome! Hello! My name is Mariam Abdallah and I’m a first-year student bachelor biomedicine student here at KI. Since I’m going to be apart of the digital ambassador family I think I should tell you a little more about myself. I’m fresh off the high school boat, so the whole experience of going to a… Read More From Sand to Snow – Moving from Egypt to Sweden
Ever wonder how a Global Health class looks like, what are the students’ ages and where do they come from?… Read More Who’s in Global Health?
The first course of the second year- Applied Epidemiology II- Determinants of health (10 credits) lasted 7 weeks. This course magically brought together (to some extent, crammed) six Epidemiology research niches in 7 weeks. The course was led by Yvonne Forsell. Week 1- Reproductive Health and Applied Cardiovascular (CVD) Epidemiology We only did Reproductive health… Read More Course review: Applied Epidemiology II -Determinants of health
I always carry my mirrorless; I bought before I came here, with me all the time. Throughout my more than one year in Stockholm, I took a lot of photos. Normally I would process them in my phone and upload them to my Instagram. During the summer, I spent some time re-process all photos. So,… Read More Photo Journey Throughout 4 Seasons of Stockholm
For any fellow non-Swedes out there – hello and welcome! My name is Katherine and I’m a first-year student on the Health Economics, Policy and Management Global Master’s programme (“HEPM” for short) at Karolinska Institutet. I’m a new addition to the Digital Ambassador family and am here to tell you a little bit about me.… Read More Hej och välkommen!
During the third semester of the Master’s program in Biomedicine, we are allowed to choose an elective track. Each track consists of PhD courses in the related field. Even though the credits are the same for each track, the schedules vary and the courses usually run in parallel with the research project. You can find… Read More My first PhD course at KI
An autumn Hello 👋🍂 from Stockholm! I am happy to be writing my first piece for Global Health at Karolinska Institutet, and I hope you will find posts from myself and the happy bunch of bloggers at KI to be helpful. So, here goes a little bit about me. I am Raj, currently studying Global health at… Read More Stumbling upon Global Health 🏃
A warm hej-hej from Stockholm! My name is Daiana, a Romanian student here at KI, pursuing my Master’s in Global Health. For the next year, I will be blogging about my journey at KI, one post at a time. Who? From where? How? I was born in a beautiful, old city, in the heart of… Read More A new DA in town – my story
What are the eligibility criteria for a Swedish personal identity number for EU students? Why wasn’t I eligible for a Swedish personal identity number as an EU student enrolled in a two-year master’s programme at KI? Are you legally allowed to reside in Sweden without a personal number and a residence permit as an EU… Read More Why you might not be eligible for a Swedish personal identity number – even as an EU student enrolled at KI.
Karolinska Institutet is a world class university so you can expect cutting edge research taught by leading experts. But how difficult are the Master’s programmes at KI? What about the learning pace? How intensive are the courses? How difficult is it to pass the exams? I collected some thoughts from our Digital Ambassadors half way… Read More How difficult are the Global Master’s programmes at KI?