First of all congratulations on the admission 🙂 You are REALLY coming to KI next term. It’s now time to start preparing and as a non-EU student, the process is a bit longer. I hope this blog would help you in getting things under control. What should you do E-mail Check your email and… Read More Accepted into KI. What next? (for non-EU students)
The passion for certain subjects take us across the world in quest of knowledge. While this is an extremely exciting journey, it is not devoid of challenges. I moved to a different continent (or must I say a different world?) for my master’s program and this how I tried easing through the transition period: … Read More Challenges I faced when I moved to a different continent to study
I know many of you are anxiously awaiting the results from the selection process. I was you last year, frantically searching for any information on my chance of getting accepted. The good news is the first notifications will be published very soon. You can check the Key Dates on universityadmissions.se. Qualification University Admissions started reviewing… Read More A Quick Note about Merit Points
Be the change you want to see in the world. —— By Mahatma Gandi Before I started at the Master’s Programme in Health Informatics at KI, one of my friends asked me what change I could bring to society by studying health informatics. Since my background was computer science, why did I… Read More How health informatics professionals are improving healthcare
There are lots of practical ways to prepare for your studies in Sweden. You can check out the extensive arrival guides from KI and read about life here in Sweden. In fact you should probably be out right now buying warm clothes, sorting your visa or getting on the Duolingo ..but I think exposing yourself to… Read More The lazy way to prepare for your studies in Sweden (or at least without leaving the house)
In my last post I already gave you the reasons to go on an exchange, how to apply for it though? There are a few ways to do it, and they vary a little bit from one programme to another, but here are the main steps! Checklist for everyone wanting to study abroad Check your… Read More How to apply for an exchange?
Most of you studying at KI are already aware of the career service and have even attended the numerous events organised by them. I wanted to know how to make the best use of the service while we are here. So, I met with Emma Hägg and here is all the information I gathered from our… Read More KI Career Service for master’s students
Now that you have submitted your applications for the Master’s program, it is time to start looking for funding options and here is an estimate of how much you would need to survive in Stockholm- Accommodation- 3500 to 6000 SEK per month This is the range for a student dorm or a room in a… Read More How much does it cost to study at KI?
Hej Everyone I decided to start an alumni profile series for this blog. I’ve had a lot of questions from readers about the options for Bioentrepreneurship graduates and thought it would be cool to share the experiences of some of our alumni. I will try cover all industries within life science. And, if there are any… Read More Bioentrepreneurship Alumni Profile: Pharmaceutical industry
If you are applying for the Master’s in Bioentrepreneurship, you probably know that we do two practical placements (PP1 and PP2) as well as complete our Master’s thesis in a company setting. However, the programme has aspects of real-life learning throughout our various courses. My current course, Product Development in the Biomedical Industry is the largest and… Read More Bioentrepreneurship links with industry: guest lecturers and study visits