Most of you that are planning to pursue Maser’s program in Biomedicine have already set your eyes on a PhD. Not only will the research intensive program motivate you further, it will also prepare you for a PhD. The curriculum is one way but there are other advantages you would get, being a part of KI.… Read More How will the Biomedicine Master’s program prepare you for a PhD?
Summer is over. Yes, it is still August, but don´t remind me – courses started already on the 21st of August, quite early, right? Not for the whole Master´s, just for my classmates who chose developmental biology and regenerative medicine elective track. I chose the one staring the earliest, HOORAY (*sarcasm right there*)! But is… Read More “Advanced course in developmental biology and regenerative medicine” – My elective track for the Master´s in Biomedicine
A new year and new semester has begun at Karolinska Institutet! Having spent a year studying at KI, I decided to write a post on the two campus: Campus Solna and Flemingsberg. Today, I’ll be writing about Campus Flemingsberg. I’ll cover aspects like transport, facilities at the campus and share a few pictures. So without… Read More A virtual tour around Campus Flemingsberg!
Disclaimer: No-one can predict whether you will get selected before the official announcement of results. The first international class of Biomedicine BSc program (me including) started at Karolinska Institutet in fall 2014. Since then, the program has become more popular and more competitive. How do I know this? I’ve looked into the statistics by the Swedish Council… Read More Admission statistics for Biomedicine Bachelor programme. Who gets in? 2014 – 2017
With summer coming to an end (almost) and Year 2 being a month away, I thought it was time for some fika and reflection on Year 1. Hard to get rid of the fika habit despite it being only a year, might I add. Here’s a quick over view of all the subjects we have… Read More Bachelor’s programme in Biomedicine- Year 1 review
I know that the admission process to the Global Bachelor’s Programme in Biomedicine is not easy to understand for international students. To change this, I visited the KI Admissions Office and they helped me to sort out a lot of questions. Here I’ll try to explain with 3 steps what happens when you apply. Hope you… Read More Admission process to Biomed BSc programme for international students: 3 steps
Summer may be the time to relax, go to the beach and and bask in the sun’s warmth but sometimes, it is also fun to take up a research project! Right?! Here are 3 ways to find an internship or some kind of project after finishing your first year of Bachelor’s. Internships over summer are… Read More 3 ways to find internships during summer
While studying abroad, some surprises are inevitable inspite of all the research we do. Here’s a list of things about my program I wish someone had told me earlier so I could plan my time better: 1. A week’s gap during the first course need not really be a vacation We begin with Applied… Read More 6 things I wish I knew before beginning the Master’s program in Biomedicine
3 intense and eventful years have passed since I started at Karolinska Institutet. Now it’s time for me to move on, take the next step, open a new chapter… In this post I’ll sum up my 3 years of doing the biomedicine BSc programme in Stockholm and reveal shortly my future plans. When I first… Read More Biomed BSc finished. How was it and what’s next?
The Junior Research Project is offered as an elective in the second semester of the master’s program in biomedicine. We are allowed to work in the lab of our choice for six weeks and here’s what I did during the project. Experienced the work culture in academic labs Having worked in the industry earlier,… Read More My first project at KI