Career opportunity is undeniably be one of the major aspects to consider when applying to a study programme. At the time I applied, I saw myself to become the clinical informaticians, but then I discovered the vast career options within health informatics. So let’s start breaking them down. Career in industry Most of the health… Read More Career opportunities for Health Informatics graduates
What do Bioentrepreneurship (MBE) students do after they graduate? Maybe work? If yes, in which field? How easy is it to get a job in your field of interest after you graduate? How many have a job at graduation? These are typical questions prospective students usually wonder about when choosing this masters but also students… Read More What do Bioentrepreneurship students do after graduation?
Being a master student not only involves attending lectures, writing assays and studying for exams, thankfully. Although all of these are very important for our future, while being a student in Stockholm we have access to many more activities for networking and developing our career paths. The students of the Molecular Techniques in Life Science… Read More Getting a PhD mentor!
“Can I work while studying?” is one of the FAQs from prospective students when considering to apply for a program. The question even remains in the mind of the current students, with some actively seeking for job during the study period. So, before you decide whether it will be a mission possible or mission impossible… Read More Mission (Im)possible: Working while studying
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 Master's in Bioentrepreneurship 2019. Who got in?
Hello everybody! I bet you have already seen the introductory posts from the new Nutrition MSc blogger 2019/2020 @resthieputri – honestly, I can’t wait to read her impressions about the Programme that I personally I enjoyed so much! ❤ And while we wait for Reshtie’s blogging masterpieces, let me give you a short “wrap-up” of my… Read More Time to age, time to change: my last post as a Nutrition Science blogger!
Reading time: 4 mins. Its been nearly three months since the Global Health class of 2019 graduated at the start of June. At least in my opinion, enough time has passed for most of us to start the process of reflecting on our year and what it has meant for us professionally, academically and personally.… Read More Global health class of 2019: what are their plans?
Reading time: 6 mins. As we’re nearing graduation, I thought why not leave the bubble of the Karolinska Institutet (KI) and see how I fare in another environment and compare and contrast what we’d learned here elsewhere*. Last month, I had the pleasure of attending a Global Maternal Health lecture at The London School of… Read More How does KI compare to another university?
Hello everyone! So, here comes my more #professional insight into what a KI student (or any other motivated young individual with an ongoing/recently completed higher education) can do in order to increase your chances of being successful on the job market in the future. Yes, you probably guessed it right. I will be talking about… Read More My internship at Public Health organization and how can you find yours!
Summer is finally approaching and many are about to be done with school (for good😉). Are you graduating soon from high school or some bachelor program? If you are reading this, it is either A) The title caught your attention or B) You already started to look for universities. Well, Karolinska Institutet is becoming… Read More 6 reasons to study at Karolinska Institutet