I not only graduated from Masters in Global Health with a degree, but with more valuable friendships and memories. Phuong is originally from Vietnam and has a background in International Business management. She wanted to find ways to improve the lives of people, and that is why she chose Global Health at Karolinska Institutet. How… Read More 🇻🇳 From Vietnam to improving health in Zambia 🇿🇲
Sweden is considered one of the most gender-equal countries in the world. They enjoy the longest paid maternity leave in the world (a whopping 16 months!), liberal household duties: men and women share a lot of responsibilities and equality is just generally on the agenda. So for a female, it’s a pretty good place to start your… Read More How to succeed as a woman in science? (Hint: It helps if you study at KI 😄)
Hej hej! Recently I had the opportunity to attend an event called Future Forum Stockholm 2018. This event was organised by a start up company called Potential Park, sponsored by Sympa and hosted by SAS. Potential Park essentially works with recruitment and focuses on bridging the gap between employers and employees in terms of how… Read More Attending the Future Forum Stockholm 2018 event!
What happens after MTLS? Have you ever wondered about the possibilities after graduating from MLTS? I interviewed the 6 ever first MTLS graduated students what they are doing now, almost one year after finishing the Master. Quentin When Quentin moved from France to Stockholm, 3 years ago, to start the MTLS Master, he already… Read More What happens after MTLS?
Starting 2018, besides my endless lab work and the never ending amounts of scientific papers, I have allowed myself to branch outside the world of Toxicology that KI offers. My involvement allows to me to stay intact with my life at KI and learn new things outside of Toxicology. I have mentioned before in my previous blog… Read More Outside the World of Toxicology
Hello again! Now that it is the 4th semester of the Bachelor Biomedicine programme, it is time to talk about the application for Bachelor thesis! The thesis is in the 6th and last semester of the programme, meaning next year but the application process starts now. I know it may seem too early but as… Read More The first step to applying for a Bachelor Thesis abroad!
I have been working since day 1 of my master’s programme here at Karolinska Institutet (KI), but only recently did I start a more permanent part-time job. During my first year at KI, I tutored regularly and though it was hard, I managed it quite well. Now, I work 60% at a different department at… Read More Working during your studies: if I can do it, you can too!
This month I returned to Stockholm after 4 months in Copenhagen for my Practical Placement 2. This placement is the flagship of the Bioentrepreneurship programme and a chance for us to put what we learnt into practise with some real experience. Lot’s of bloggers have written about their experience with PP2. You should read about Yi’s… Read More My Novo Experience: A practical placement at Novo Nordisk
Would you like to work in the field of healthcare and science outside of academia? If you answered both these questions with “yes”, then you should definitively not miss the video of CHaSE 2018! The video will bring you back to the CHaSE event in 2018. Let’s see how the attenders and presenters from companies/organizations… Read More How to CHaSE your career at KI?
Hej Guys This post is well overdue since I finished my PP2 about 4 weeks ago 😮 The second internship or Practical Placement 2 is sort of the flagship of the Bioentrepreneurship programme at KI. The internships are what makes our study programme unique and are why many of my classmates came to KI in the… Read More Practical Placement 2: Where have we gone?