After the Christmas break, my HEPM class and I came back to an intensive, short course to complete the first semester. This course was ‘Planning for Health’ and promised to give us insight into just how future plans for healthcare are drawn up. I wasn’t entirely sure what to expect from this course and was… Read More Finishing my first semester: Planning for Health
Master’s thesis is the final and the most important stage of the Master’s program in Biomedicine. My classmates have different bachelor’s backgrounds and we have all been exposed to a plethora of topics during the program. We have now picked our niche in Biomedicine and are trying to work towards it, beginning with the thesis.… Read More Where are we doing our Master’s thesis?
Employability is one of the causes of concerns when embarking on any course. This also applies to students in Public Health Sciences. Readers, this is your chance to put these worries to rest, as KI’s CHaSE Career Fair is being held next week. What is CHaSE? It stands for Careers in Health and Sciences, and… Read More 👨🏽🎓 How KI graduates get into the job market: CHaSE Career Fair
Hello! It is the end of a course and as you know it is time for a course review! Today, I will be talking about the Neuroscience course and what was interesting and what wasn’t. As I had mentioned before lots of my friends were excited for this course as was I! We learned a… Read More It’s course review time! Subject of review- Neuroscience
Swedish, scholarships, grants, thesis project & more!… Read More Useful links and FAQ about Global Health and KI
It’s been already 6 months since the Toxicology class of 2017 started their programme and it’s time to introduce you to some of the first year Tox students. If you are a prospective student at the Toxicology programme, continue to read! Name: Belinda Trachsel Country of origin: Switzerland Bachelor’s degree: Pharmaceutical Sciences “How was the… Read More Meet our Tox students from Europe
Hej Guys This post is well overdue since I finished my PP2 about 4 weeks ago 😮 The second internship or Practical Placement 2 is sort of the flagship of the Bioentrepreneurship programme at KI. The internships are what makes our study programme unique and are why many of my classmates came to KI in the… Read More Practical Placement 2: Where have we gone?
Switching from school to lab work did not feel like such a big deal to me. In fact, I was excited to be more involved in lab work versus reading everything on paper. However, now that lab work has officially started, there were things that I did not expect and yet I must embrace for… Read More School Work vs. Lab Work
Hello hello! Recently, on the 14th of February I had the chance to go on a ski trip. I know! Great way to spend valentines day, falling oh-so-not-gracefully in snow 5 times! I had never been skiing before so this was a really exciting trip for me. Having lived in India for quite some time… Read More The first time I went skiing!
You might have noticed a common theme in my recent blog posts about the course modules in HEPM: group work. There’s no escaping the fact that this is a big part of any of the Global Master’s courses and makes up a significant proportion of your grade in each module. Whilst I was used to… Read More How I survived (and thrived!) in group work