Hello everybody! I bet you have already seen the introductory posts from the new Nutrition MSc blogger 2019/2020 @resthieputri – honestly, I can’t wait to read her impressions about the Programme that I personally I enjoyed so much! ❤ And while we wait for Reshtie’s blogging masterpieces, let me give you a short “wrap-up” of my… Read More Time to age, time to change: my last post as a Nutrition Science blogger!
Hola a todos & warmest greetings from Madrid! Why from Madrid though? 😮 This is exactly what I would like to write about in this blog – how your newly obtained knowledge from Karolinska Institutet can open many doors and give you many exciting opportunities to apply and share your knowledge with the society in… Read More Sharing your knowledge outside the university: how to enrich yourself & society by sharing your KI wisdom?
Hey there! A new and exciting university year is just about to start, but some of us have already been thinking about what can we do for our Master Degree project? Yes, this mostly applies to the students starting the 1-year Master Programmes at KI, such as Global Health or Nutrition Science. Joining such a… Read More Nutrition Science Master Degree projects
Hello everyone! The summer is slowly, but steadily coming to an end (so make sure to make the most of the remaining part of it! ;). Yet, the most interesting and exciting chapter for many is just about to begin, and this is STARTING YOUR NEW PROGRAM AT KI!!!! I bet many of you, newly… Read More #throwback to being a newbie at KI: some REASSURING TIPS for the nervous freshmen✌️
Hello everyone! So, here comes my more #professional insight into what a KI student (or any other motivated young individual with an ongoing/recently completed higher education) can do in order to increase your chances of being successful on the job market in the future. Yes, you probably guessed it right. I will be talking about… Read More My internship at Public Health organization and how can you find yours!
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!
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)
Heyyaa everybody! It’s been a long time since you last heard from – yours sincerely -Nutri-blogger Dash😃 This time, there will be no detailed “course reviews Part 1, 2, 3 & 4“. Instead, I asked some of my awwwwesome Nutrition Science classmates about the Programme in general. Here👇 you can see their replies: Enjoy… Read More Nutrition Science Master’s: Student Interviews
Even the ancient Roman doctors believed, that is is easier to stop something bad from happening to a human being rather than trying to “fix” the consequences of the arising problem later on. This is the concept that we, master students in Nutrition Science Programme at KI, had to think about quite a lot in this course, too. … After… Read More Master’s in Nutrition Science: “Prevention is better than cure” aka course in eHealth, mHealth & interventions (Part 4)
Part 3 out of 4 – we are getting there! Hello there! Wondering about the life of a master nutrition student at KI in November-December? You shall look no further! Here comes the detailed (and hopefully fun!) review of the third course of the Master’s Programme in Nutrition Science called “Diet, physical activity and fitness –… Read More Master’s in Nutrition Science: What makes the research in nutrition & physical activity so tricky? (Part 3)