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!
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 new semester started on 16th of January also known as the spring semester. For the first year Biomedicine Bachelor students, this meant no break post organic chemistry exam because we started immediately with the Medical Biochemistry course. I will give a brief overview of what the course is going to be like and hopefully… Read More Medical Biochemistry- a new semester, a new course!
The Swedes are known for their “fika” culture. In my previous post about fika, I had just been introduced to this amazing concept of fika which I believe should be adapted by people everywhere! After spending one whole semester, going to countless quaint, cosy, rustic, hippy or posh cafes I have managed to shortlist the… Read More My top 5 favourite cafés in Stockholm!
It’s the end of two long, tiring months and thus it’s only fitting it is time for a course review while sipping on a giant mug of hot chocolate and occasionally staring outside the window at the snow! Snowfall after exams = happy Nishi The “General Organic Chemistry” course starts after “Introduction to Biomedical Sciences”… Read More General Organic Chemistry Course Review!
Hej hej! It’s December and that means Christmas is here. Taking a break from all the study related posts, I decided that today I would write a blog on how I spent my Christmas in Stockholm before flying home for the holidays. And so, the first ever Christmas related activity I did was going to the… Read More My Christmas celebration in Sweden!
Hello again! Last week towards the end of the general organic chemistry course (I see light at the end of the tunnel) we were granted the opportunity to visit a biopharmaceutial company. The company is called SOBI (Swedish Orphan Biovitrium) and the headquarters are right by the KI campus in Solna! Initially, I felt the… Read More A possible career path? Study visit to a biopharmaceutical company
Hello and welcome once again! After talking fika and organic chemistry, I decided it was time to write more about student life at KI. And thus, today I’ll be talking about a small mingle event I attended with the board of higher education from KI! But a little bit of background information is required. I… Read More Student mingle event with the Board of Higher Education!
If you asked me what part of the Biomedicine course I was excited for- the answer would be, the labs. (To a certain extent) Hej hej! Today I’m going to be talking more about the general organic chemistry course. More specifically, the labs in the General Organic course (GOC). Anna, our senior Biomedicine BSc student… Read More Labs in the General Organic Chemistry Course – Biomedicine BSc.
Before I moved to Sweden, I had no idea what fika was. After I moved to Sweden I can not get enough of fika! Fika is this concept in Swedish culture where one has a cup of coffee (or more) with some pastries or sandwiches. Everywhere you go, fika will follow. So what is fika?… Read More Fika makes it all better.