Distance learning experiences of the Health Economics, Policy and Management programme

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, distance learning is a new reality for students around the world. Even though all global master’s programmes at Karolinska Institutet embraced this new dynamic from March 18th 2020, each programme has had different experiences and outcomes from dealing with this new way of teaching. On this blogpost you’ll… Read More Distance learning experiences of the Health Economics, Policy and Management programme

Us before vs after Master’s Programme in Nutrition Science

The end of May brings the end of the academic year as master’s students in nutrition science. We, the nutrition science students academic year 2019-2020, have submitted our final reports of the degree project and now we are counting the days to graduation! 🙂 As we are looking forward to our graduation day, we memorize… Read More Us before vs after Master’s Programme in Nutrition Science

A quick blog tour at KI library in Campus Flemingsberg

KI library has always been among my favourite places! Its environment ambience helped me a lot to stay focused in studying or doing my assignments. The spacious rooms and fancy study areas kept me feel relaxed during exam time. One thing I love about the library facility is that you can visit the library everyday… Read More A quick blog tour at KI library in Campus Flemingsberg

Economic Evaluation of Health Care Programmes: a course review

The time for one of the most expected (and feared) courses of the Health Economics, Policy and Management programme finally arrived, and it came with a pandemic! The economic evaluation of healthcare programmes course integrates the knowledge acquired during previous courses in order to dive into the world of cost-effectiveness analyses of health interventions. This… Read More Economic Evaluation of Health Care Programmes: a course review

How does studying at KI usually look like

Ever wondered how studying at KI is like? Starting a new program at an unknown university is always challenging, and even more if it’s on a new country! Luckily, during my time at Karolinska Institutet I have seen that all my classmates adapted very quickly to this new environment, and the university provides all resources… Read More How does studying at KI usually look like

4 Non-academic skills I learned during my master’s studies

My purpose of studying Master’s Programme in Nutrition Science at KI was to deepen my academic knowledge in this area. Yes, I have definitely learned a lot about that. Yet, this master’s programme also helped me to strengthen some non-academic skills which are not less important than the academic one. Here are some non-academic skills… Read More 4 Non-academic skills I learned during my master’s studies

The untold story about the Swedish weather

Most people picture life in Sweden as great: good work-life balance, closeness to nature and a well established wellfare state. However, there is one thing that is always percieved negatively: the weather. I don’t think many people would move to Sweden just to enjoy good weather, but in my opinion it is often described too… Read More The untold story about the Swedish weather

Bioentrepreneurship: Updated and new masters from fall 2020

Once again, congratulations to all the new newly admitted students! I really look forward to meeting you all (either digitally or in person) if you decide to accept your offer and start the programme this fall 🙂 Lets get to the point of this blog! If you were not aware, the programme completely changed its… Read More Bioentrepreneurship: Updated and new masters from fall 2020