How healthcare in Sweden works – also for international students

I recently visited one of the public hospitals near to my home (Älvsjö). I thought it would be a good occasion to share some things about healthcare in Sweden. How much it costs, how it works and so on …   Some facts about healthcare and public health in Sweden:  The most interesting thing about… Read More How healthcare in Sweden works – also for international students

KI Campus – Art, Heritage and Future (photo story)

KI has two campuses. One in Solna and one in Huddinge. However, most international students are to be found in Solna and they are quite unhappy to hear when a course is held in the more remote Huddinge campus. In this post I’ll reveal some stories about the Solna campus sculptures and answer the question –… Read More KI Campus – Art, Heritage and Future (photo story)

“How’s your thesis?” – An overview from epidemiology track

As a second year master’s student, I feel like that question should be put on the list of our ‘frequently asked questions’. Unfortunately, there’s no easy answer for that question because the answer might be different from person to person. It might even contain one of the following alternatives: “My thesis? Awesome! You know what? Yesterday… Read More “How’s your thesis?” – An overview from epidemiology track

What I learnt in Global Health/What you will learn in Global Health

In one of my earlier blogs I commented on what to expect in global health. Now half way through the course and having gone through all the modules, I felt I could give people a better idea of what to expect in this course. As mentioned in my previous blog, instead of looking at everything… Read More What I learnt in Global Health/What you will learn in Global Health