What is inside the Master’s Programme in Nutrition Science?

During this one-year programme, we have five courses with various interesting activities. Are you curious about them? Or maybe you are wondering if the programme will meet your expectations? Now I am on my third course, but I am also doing my project degree (which is actually the last course) earlier. So now I am… Read More What is inside the Master’s Programme in Nutrition Science?

Learning about the body, inside and out: An Introduction To Biomedical Science Course Review

At the heart of biomedicine at Karolinska Institutet lies the study of the human body, and the Introduction to Biomedical Science offered me a chance to glimpse that. Have questions about the content, the schedule, the learning activities, the teachers, social life, and the exam? Read on to find out!… Read More Learning about the body, inside and out: An Introduction To Biomedical Science Course Review

Course review: Principles of Toxicology

Hi and welcome back to my Tox-blog! This time I will make a very enjoyable review of the very first Toxicology programme course: Principles of Toxicology. During this blog I will discuss and explain some of the most relevant and interesting aspects of this very short but amazing introductory course.  I will also provide some… Read More Course review: Principles of Toxicology

Can master students take PhD courses?

The autumn semester has started, and one course was ticked off the list of many other courses we are currently taking. Did you know that master students in biomedicine can study doctoral elective courses? In the third semester, we specialise in our field of interest. There are several Phd elective tracks, including Tumour Biology, Immunology,… Read More Can master students take PhD courses?

“Public Health Sciences- Concepts and Theories” Course Review

The first course for the Master’s Students in Epidemiology and Health Promotion and Prevention- “Public Health Sciences- Concepts and Theories” has finished up and it is time to review it! This is the first-ever course review for the Health Promotion and Prevention stream which is exciting!!  Introduction  To provide some context, the Masters in Public… Read More “Public Health Sciences- Concepts and Theories” Course Review

Get your stats together!

Lately I have encountered the (exciting) challenge of having to understand and apply more difficult concepts in statistics for the Molecular Techniques in Life Science (MTLS) second year courses. Statistics can be difficult and incomprehensible at times, but that should never stop you from digging into them 😀 After many, many hours looking in the… Read More Get your stats together!

Admission statistics for the Master’s in Bioentrepreneurship. Who got in?

This blogpost introduces the students admitted to the Master’s programme in Bioentrepreneurship (MBE) 2019. This master is 1 out of 9 global master programmes KI offers. Get ready for some hard facts and statistics about my classmates and their profiles! 1. Nationalities My class represents 20 different nationalities. We are also the biggest number of… Read More Admission statistics for the Master’s in Bioentrepreneurship. Who got in?

Toxicology programme outline: What is the Tox programme about?

If you are considering applying to the Master’s programme in Toxicology, you might be wondering one of the next things: What does this programme involve? What do I learn during the Master’s? In which areas can I get job? Don’t worry!  I’m here to give an overview of what the Tox programme is about. During… Read More Toxicology programme outline: What is the Tox programme about?

First course review of Health Economics, Policy and Management programme

Hello, it’s me (Adele’s voice). It is the time for the first course review of the Health Economics, Policy and Management Programme (HEPMP). On our first month of studies, our class was enrolled in the “Introduction Course”, which overall aimed to introduce us to the main concepts and principles of public health practice and management… Read More First course review of Health Economics, Policy and Management programme