Yes, the blog’s title is really true! In a course in the Master’s Programme in Nutrition Science, we had an outdoor class. Interesting, isn’t it? See the feature image above as a proof 🙂 The outdoor activity was the part of the third course. The title of the course was Diet, Physical Activity, and Fitness:… Read More Experiencing an outdoor class in Master’s Programme in Nutrition Science
In a land far far away…..where half of it is covered by pine and spruce forests, a mesmerising archipelago exists near its capital city. No polar bears or penguins live here but northern lights, elks, and moose can be seen (if you are lucky). The sun occasionally exists here too (note occasionally) and it has… Read More Is Sweden a nice place to live? Great and odd facts about this country
Problem Based Learning or better known as “PBL” is a relatively new and innovative learning method which is commonly used at KI. Home exams are also widely used as teaching tools and they are normally applied as final exams. During this blog I will explain in a very detailed way what a PBL is and… Read More The Famous PBL Concept and Home Exams
The trickiest, heaviest and longest course has now finished and this time I am here to perform a detailed and critic analysis of how it was for me and some of my colleagues. During this blog I will also discuss from my personal perspective about the course’s structure, its contents, exams and some pros/cons. Additionally,… Read More The Tricky Target Organ Toxicology – Toxicokinetics and Toxicodynamics course
Hi again! In the previous blog, I shared you my story about how I found my thesis project. However, the experience of finding a degree project in other master’s programmes at KI might differ from what I had in Master’s Programme in Nutrition Science. Luckily, I had an opportunity to talk with other medical doctors… Read More Finding a thesis project – Interview with other master’s students
The first semester has passed. Now it is the time for doing the thesis project! Speaking of which, I remembered the time when I was looking for a project. I felt both excited and anxious at that moment. Here I will share my story about how I found my thesis project. Why is the thesis… Read More How did I find my thesis project?
Hello everyone! I’ve been thinking it’s about time I introduced you to our lovely class in the Global Health Master, 2019-2020 cohort! So, who are we? Nationality As in any Global program, taught in English in a country where it’s not an official language, you’d expect us to come from many different places, right? Yes!… Read More Who are we "Global Healthers" in 2019-2020?
If you google something similar to “language courses in Stockolm”, you’ll notice that the absolute majority of search results will refer to Swedish language courses for foreigners. While living in Belgium for a year prior to moving to Sweden, I had access to really good and affordable language schools in the city I lived and… Read More Studying foreign languages in Stockholm: what if you want to learn something other than Swedish?
What do Bioentrepreneurship (MBE) students do after they graduate? Maybe work? If yes, in which field? How easy is it to get a job in your field of interest after you graduate? How many have a job at graduation? These are typical questions prospective students usually wonder about when choosing this masters but also students… Read More What do Bioentrepreneurship students do after graduation?
Education at Karolinska is different. That’s a fact. It doesn’t matter where you come from (except probably from other Nordic countries), the education in Sweden has some particular features that might be new for you. I have listed some of them for you in order to help you understand why coming to Sweden for your… Read More How is it different to study at Karolinska Institutet?