While a student at Karolinska Institutet, you can apply for a number of international internships and placements to boost your academic and professional experience. One of such opportunities is Child Family Health International (CFHI) Global Health Educational Programmes. CFHI provides community-based Global Health Education Programs for students and institutions. Its model fosters reciprocal partnerships and empowerment in local… Read More Child Family Health International – Educational Programmes in Global Health for students
Accomodation in Stockholm is not easy to find as you might have heard a 1000 times before, so a quick recap of possible accomodation options in Stockholm are presented here! For international students, the most obvious choice is KI Housing. However, they give priority to exchange students but that doesn’t mean you lose hope! You… Read More Accomodation hunt in Stockholm!
Now that you have submitted your applications for the Master’s program, it is time to start looking for funding options and here is an estimate of how much you would need to survive in Stockholm- Accommodation- 3500 to 6000 SEK per month This is the range for a student dorm or a room in a… Read More How much does it cost to study at KI?
One of the fundamental aspects of “Swedish-ness” is interior design and home decor – Sweden is the land of furniture and home-related stores. Obviously, the country is the land of IKEA, what did you expect? The Swedes love to have beautiful homes they can nest in- and so should you. I know, some might argue… Read More 5+1 ways to decorate your dorm room for almost no money at all
Getting an insight into how exactly life as Biomedicine Bachelor student will be is helpful. One of the things you will do quite often are experiments in labs. Therefore, today I hope to tell you about what a normal lab day is like! There will be a lot of “lab days” while studying the Biomedicine… Read More A day in the lab of a Biomedicine Bachelor student
The table below reflects my personal exposure to the good, the bad and the inevitable of the programme and the overall university experience at KI. As my second year as an MSc in Medical Science track Health Economics, Policy and Management student is approaching its logical finale with Master’s Thesis being the only thing left to accomplish, the overall… Read More The good, the bad and the inevitable – MSc in Health Economics at Karolinska Institutet
I was one of the students that had the privilege of living in a nice house throughout my education. Needless to say, I had my own apprehensions about moving in to an 18 sq m dorm room. Having read about the housing situation in Stockholm, I was grateful to have gotten a room at Pax.… Read More Life in a student dorm
Going into business is another option for people from the life sciences field, apart from staying in Academia. If you are thinking about making this step, this event will be of a lot of help for you! CHaSE (Careers in Health and Science Exposition) is a career fair organized for Bachelor’s, Master’s and PhD students,… Read More The CHaSE 2017 event: Careers in Health and Science Exposition
Hollywood fiction or reality? What should one consider before making a choice between keeping quiet and stepping up in the (un)likely event of an in-flight medical emergency? How can Health Informatics be of help in such emergencies? What happened when they announced: “Is there a doctor on board?!” Hollywood fiction or reality? I’m sure we’ve all seen a movie or two… Read More What happened when they announced: “Is there a doctor on board?!”
Hej Everyone I decided to start an alumni profile series for this blog. I’ve had a lot of questions from readers about the options for Bioentrepreneurship graduates and thought it would be cool to share the experiences of some of our alumni. I will try cover all industries within life science. And, if there are any… Read More Bioentrepreneurship Alumni Profile: Pharmaceutical industry