Hej hej! This year marks the beginning of a new semester in the second year for us Biomed Bachelor students! This means is it time to start the most popular and most awaited course: Neuroscience. I remember at the start of the year while discussing interests for potential research topics, a lot of my classmates… Read More A New year, a new course! Introduction to Neuroscience
One of the main reasons I chose KI for master’s studies was because of the highly stimulating research environment it offers. I am sure it is a common reason for many of you that have applied for the Master’s program in Biomedicine. I conducted the second project (called the Research project worth 16 credits) in… Read More Research project in a dream lab
Hej Hej! A few weeks ago at the end of November there was a Student fair held called the SACO studentmässa. It is essentially is a student fair for students in their last year of high school. What is the SACO Student Fair? The student fair is for students in their last year of high… Read More SACO Student Fair
Hello hello! As the Christmas holidays are here but so is course work, I decided to end the semester with a review blog! The last course of semester 3 was Integrative Physiology. This was one of the courses I was really looking forward to starting as it was less on the cell biology part. We… Read More Review of Integrative Physiology- Bachelors Programme in Biomedicine
As a student of the master’s program in Biomedicine, we are allowed to pick an elective track during the third semester, consisting of mainly PhD courses. Tumor Immunology was offered as a part of two tracks: Immunology and Infection Biology and Tumor Biology. It is one of the most sought after PhD courses at KI,… Read More An intensive week of Tumor Immunology
The end of course 1 in Semester 3 means it’s time for a review! After finishing the exams and successfully passing them (whoop whoop!) I decided to write a blog post giving a review of this course. Why did I decide to review the course? Well for starters after having studied here for 1 year,… Read More Review of Infection and Immunity, course 1 in Semester 3!
During the Master’s program in Biomedicine, we are expected to conduct projects of varying duration. I have listed some of the roadblocks I faced and how I dealt with them while looking for project positions. Where to begin? If you have absolutely no idea where to start looking or what to look for, do… Read More Finding research groups for projects at KI
If you ask any student in the first or second semester of the Biomedicine Master’s Program, the answer to this would be a straight NO. Last year, we had sufficient time to explore Stockholm, cultivate hobbies, make new friends, have a great social life, plan short vacations, do extra jobs- all this while balancing full… Read More Is the Biomedicine Master’s stressful?
During the third semester of the Master’s program in Biomedicine, we are allowed to choose an elective track. Each track consists of PhD courses in the related field. Even though the credits are the same for each track, the schedules vary and the courses usually run in parallel with the research project. You can find… Read More My first PhD course at KI
Karolinska Institutet is a world class university so you can expect cutting edge research taught by leading experts. But how difficult are the Master’s programmes at KI? What about the learning pace? How intensive are the courses? How difficult is it to pass the exams? I collected some thoughts from our Digital Ambassadors half way… Read More How difficult are the Global Master’s programmes at KI?