Summer is finally approaching and many are about to be done with school (for good😉). Are you graduating soon from high school or some bachelor program? If you are reading this, it is either A) The title caught your attention or B) You already started to look for universities. Well, Karolinska Institutet is becoming… Read More 6 reasons to study at Karolinska Institutet
Suppose that you have accepted your place, done with the tuition fee payment, finished dealing with the residence permit application steps, and applied for a place through KI Housing. Then you are thinking about how your children will spend their time in Stockholm while you are busy studying. Why not enrol them to the daycare?… Read More International students with family series – eps.2 : How to enrol your children into the daycare?
KI as an institution is well-known for its wide variety of educational, scientific, entrepreneurial and other kinds of conferences and events that occur with different frequencies (yearly, monthly or even weekly!). However, the event that I am going to write about today turned up to be the very first of such kind 🙂 KI Sustainability… Read More The very first KI Sustainability Day 2019!
“One year of love is better than a lifetime alone!” Queen As most of you are currently applying for accommodations, I think it would be fun to share my experience of living in Jägargatan – a student accomodation, located in the most hipster area of Stockholm, Södermalm. When I got the email that I got… Read More Jägargatan – one year of love
Back home we say that it’s better to be first in your village rather than second in Rome. So Gothenburg is the second largest city in Sweden. Does size matter? Especially, if it has other attractions and has a great personality? Even though I always say that my love of Stockholm is uncontrollable and infinite,… Read More Cheating on Stockholm with Gothenburg: Is it worth it?
Every good thing must come to an end, including the day when I have to leave my first housing at Stockholm. After being conceived for 9 months within the womb of the housing provided by KI Housing, now it is the time for me (and my family) to be delivered into the world where we… Read More My review after nine months living in the KI Housing – Flemingsberg
The spring has officially begun in Sweden, meaning that many students both inside & outside the country got some exciting news about being enrolled in their (hopefully!) dream Global Master & Bachelor Programmes at KI (whoop-whoop!). When I received such news back in April 2018, I was very happy & accepted the offer without any major hesitations.… Read More Work-life balance: some insights from a Master student with several side-job(s)
Previously, I have written about the first part of The building block of being a health informatician trilogy. Then, during the first two blocks, we learned how to understand the context and user needs and how to engineer the requirement. In this second part, I will tell you my review on the third block where… Read More The building blocks of being a health informatician – part 2 of 3 (Course review)
I assume that by this time, you have already accepted your place at KI. If not, check out the top 5 things to do after the admission results, which will guide you into accepting your place. For non EU students, planning your move to Stockholm might be confusing as there might be a lot of… Read More Non-EU students’ pre-arrival guide: five practical tips to ensure you arrive smoothly at Stockholm
Welcome all! Last weekend the sun was shining and the weather was absolutely perfect here in Mannheim. I decided to take a break from all the writing and thesis work, and decided to head out to Heidelberg! Heidelberg is 30 minutes away from a train ride and 40 minutes away from a tram ride. I… Read More The time I explored a little city called Heidelberg