Last week, I was queueing on an advertised apartment for rent, then I got a notification that my account has been suspended for one whole year. Very shocking! After that, then I thought of (re)reading the terms and conditions parts that applied to the membership within the housing queueing portal. You should too if you… Read More Next time you think of skipping the Terms and Conditions part, don’t!
-I participated in the Gapminder Survey, a global health knowledge survey, and i hope that my answers are better than a chimpanzee- Being one of the best life sciences universities in the world should have exposed us into the latest research, newest finding, and cutting-edge innovations that will help you to understand (and hopefully to… Read More Participating in the Gapminder Survey
Everywhere you look on campus at the moment, you can find second year Global Master’s students rushing to meetings and looking ever so slightly stressed. You might ask, why? Well, it’s because in just under a week all students need to have submitted their thesis proposals. Thesis proposals are incredibly important, as they outline just… Read More Spoilt for choice: how to pick a thesis
God Jul! Christmas time is upon us and I’m here to inform you about some Swedish holiday traditions. I made my Swedish friends tell me all the good stuff! +++Before you start reading, put this classic Swedish Christmas song on: Tänd ett ljus +++ 1. Dans runt stången (Jul edition) What I thought was only a… Read More Swedish Christmas traditions you might not know about (including Donald Duck)
So, here comes the second blog-post of the series “Nutrition Science – Significant Questions & Significant Answers” PART 2! The whole October (and a significant part of November) we, students in the Master’s Programme in Nutrition Science at KI, have been going (or crawling🙃) through yet another interesting course of our program called “Diet and… Read More Master’s in Nutrition Science: Does soy cause the ‘boob growth’ in men & other relevant questions of the diet and health (Part 2)
The final module of our first year in HEPM was ‘Health and Medical Care Management’. After briefly touching on management in the introductory course, the bulk of our first year had been spent building knowledge in health economics and policy. I was therefore eagerly anticipating this course, particularly given the wealth of management experience amongst… Read More Health Economics, Policy and…..Management: A course review
You have just started looking into the Global Master’s programmes, and you probably got a bit overwhelmed by the number of requirements you need to fill in the CV application form. Well, don’t worry! This blog post is for you! 😀 Thousands of people apply to these programmes which means the competition is quite high.… Read More How to ace your statement of intent
On November 30th, 2018, I attended the inauguration of the newest building located in the KI Solna complex, called Biomedicum. Home to five departments of KI that exceled in the field of research, this new building represents the hope and vision that KI will be the hub for for scientific research, education, and innovation that… Read More Biomedicum, the new research hub at KI
Hello all! Today’s post will be a short recap of the EIT Health Innovation Day that I attended a few weeks ago. I took part this year as a participant and will go through my experience of the event. What is EIT Health Innovation Day? This event was organised by KI in conjunction with EIT… Read More EIT Health Innovation Day- A participant’s perspective!
Hello there! Ever wondered about what the master’s biomedicine students do in their free time? Well, today’s blog post is all about my class. Not only we come from different countries, but we also studied different fields such as biomedicine, biotechnology, immunology, molecular medicine, biology and so on. There are people from China, Taiwan, U.K.,… Read More Wonder what MSc Biomeds do in their free time?