Biomedicine is an extremely broad field of science. I can think of atleast 10 subjects you could specialize in as a biomedical researcher! As much as we want to learn about everything under the Sun, there are certain limitations and we must begin to narrow down our scope a bit. The Biomedicine Master’s program is… Read More All you need to know about the Biomedicine master’s program
First of all congratulations on the admission 🙂 You are REALLY coming to KI next term. It’s now time to start preparing and as a non-EU student, the process is a bit longer. I hope this blog would help you in getting things under control. What should you do E-mail Check your email and… Read More Accepted into KI. What next? (for non-EU students)
The passion for certain subjects take us across the world in quest of knowledge. While this is an extremely exciting journey, it is not devoid of challenges. I moved to a different continent (or must I say a different world?) for my master’s program and this how I tried easing through the transition period: … Read More Challenges I faced when I moved to a different continent to study
Research data is being generated extremely fast now and it is imperative that we, as researchers, have an idea of what to do with it and where to begin interpreting the results. Computer programs play a major role in this process and there are not many escape routes from them. If you are also terrified of… Read More Course Review: Bioinformatics
Most of you studying at KI are already aware of the career service and have even attended the numerous events organised by them. I wanted to know how to make the best use of the service while we are here. So, I met with Emma Hägg and here is all the information I gathered from our… Read More KI Career Service for master’s students
Hi! As we breeze through the second semester of Master’s Program in Biomedicine, we have finished yet another course – Applied communication in Biomedicine 2 (ACB 2). What did we learn this time? How different was it from ACB 1? Here’s all you need to know: This course was relatively short spanning 3 weeks. The… Read More Course review: Applied Communication in Biomedicine 2
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?
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
Stockholm is expensive. But wait! That does not stop you from travelling across Europe while you study here! I know how exciting it is, especially if you are a non-EU student and want to make the most of your schengen visa! Here are some ways I have managed to get around and not burn a… Read More Travelling outside Stockholm using meager funds
The main expectation from a master’s program is to learn enough and be able to apply knowledge in real life situations. For most of the biomedicine students, it means, to be able to work independently in a lab. In this blog, I have listed the different opportunities we get to gain practical experience during the… Read More How much experience do you really get in the Biomedicine Master’s program?