Global Health Thesis chronicles: 5 (not so) common misconceptions about your degree project

Personally, one of the things I was a little concerned about at the start of the Global Health programme was the degree project, and with good reason: in one year, you have to fit multiple courses and a research. While other programmes give students  the chance to take some time to think about their interests… Read More Global Health Thesis chronicles: 5 (not so) common misconceptions about your degree project

Minimizing the costs and maximizing the fun of a one day trip

There are two of things you should probably know about being a Global Health student and travelling in Sweden: the time is limited and we already know the cost of life in Scandinavia is not exactly low. However, that does not mean you can’t travel – you just have to involve a little planning. Here… Read More Minimizing the costs and maximizing the fun of a one day trip

Stockholm vs Lund – same country, 2 different perspectives

I am one of the few lucky students who had the opportunity to study in not one, but two Swedish cities, at two of the most prestigious universities in Scandinavia. 2 years ago, thanks to the Erasmus program, I was able to spend one semester at Lunds Universitet, in beautiful Skåne. Even though I decided… Read More Stockholm vs Lund – same country, 2 different perspectives

Personal finance 101: Making ends meet as full time student, without a scholarship (part I)

You’ve decided you want to apply for KI. It’s an exciting time, as it should be – you’ll try your best to write the best application, and if everything goes according to plan, in less than a year you’ll move to Stockholm and attend classes at one of the best Universities in the world! Very… Read More Personal finance 101: Making ends meet as full time student, without a scholarship (part I)