5 questions that usually don’t get answered: MSc in Biomedicine edition

After finishing my two-year master’s degree in Biomedicine, this blog will sadly be my last one. It feels surreal to end this blogging journey and also graduate at KI which I spoke in a previous blog. My final blog is going to be about the most common questions I receive from prospective students about the masters in… Read More 5 questions that usually don’t get answered: MSc in Biomedicine edition

Going digital: the 26th Annual KI-Mayo Research Meeting

The recent KI-Mayo research meeting (I’m going to call it “the conference” from hereon) was a great experience so I thought I’d share my thoughts and takeaways from it! Here’s a little teaser of the things I’ll be going over about in this blog: The scale of the entirely digital conference Some pros and cons… Read More Going digital: the 26th Annual KI-Mayo Research Meeting

Health Informatics class of 2020 – three months later

Time does flies. One day we were just starting our introductions in Autumn term 2018 and then “suddenly”, here we are in autumn 2020. It was approximately three months after our graduation. Maybe some of you are wondering about the career opportunities after you become an alumni of the Health Informatics Programme. So, here is… Read More Health Informatics class of 2020 – three months later

My summer internship in health economics

This is the second of a series of blogposts in which I am sharing a little (I had to consider confidentiality) about my summer job experiences while reflecting on the process and outcomes. For clarification purposes, the Health Economics, Policy and Management Global Programme at KI does not include/require/offer internship opportunities. Internships are completely optional… Read More My summer internship in health economics

My summer job at Harvard School of Public Health

During the earlier months this year, I had a big question at the back of my head: what should I do this summer? I started applying since January to many internship programmes both in Sweden and abroad. I was very decided to spend my whole summer indoors working hard to learn by practicing and accumulating… Read More My summer job at Harvard School of Public Health

Pursuing a PhD after completing Master’s Programme in Nutrition Science: Interviewing my classmates

June 4, 2020 is the graduation day for all KI master’s students who have finished their thesis project in the spring 2020. I am so happy that almost all my classmates and I graduated as Master of Medical Science with a Major in Nutrition Science in that day. Yeay! 🙂 Yet, it was not the… Read More Pursuing a PhD after completing Master’s Programme in Nutrition Science: Interviewing my classmates

5 facts on the Swedish education system: KI master’s programmes edition

Hello my dear fellas! I hope you are all fine and enjoying sunny days! This time on my blog, I want to discuss a very significant topic: The Swedish education system. I thought that it would be very interesting to make a comparison between the education system at Latin America and the one at Sweden.… Read More 5 facts on the Swedish education system: KI master’s programmes edition

Interviewing an MS​c in Biomedicine alumni: Startup, industry, or academia?

Now is the best time to explore different opportunities! You graduated, and you’re starting the process of closing a chapter of your life. Some are taking it slowly while others already set their goals for a position in mind. I was discussing it with friends on the advantage of sharing previous Master’s in Biomedicine alumni… Read More Interviewing an MS​c in Biomedicine alumni: Startup, industry, or academia?

Summer internships for KI students: Where and how we got it

Hello everyone! Hope you are enjoying your summer in the best way that you can and that you are getting more and more excited for your start at KI this fall! This blogpost intends to share how some of the Bioentrepreneurship students managed to get internships over the summer! The first year ended with our… Read More Summer internships for KI students: Where and how we got it