What do a dating site, a virtual doctor and a wifi sharing app have in common??? They were all formed at SUP 46- a big start up hub in Stockholm. If your planning on coming to Stockholm you probably already know Stockholm is recognised as one of the hottest start ups in Europe. If not, you… Read More SUP 46 and why even introverts will enjoy networking in Sweden.
1978… Students’ Nobel NightCap (SNNC) was originally started in 1978 at Stockholm’s School of Economics by a group of students. This event was not popular until a Nobel Laureate mentioned in an interview that he was looking forward to this Nobel NightCap the most out of the whole Nobel week. Now, NightCap has expanded to an… Read More SNNC 1978 to 2017
I live in a student dorm and so in this blog today I want to share some fun experiences I’ve had and why I feel like life in student dorms is totally worth it while in university. The thought of moving out and living on your own would be nerve-racking at first. I get it.… Read More My life in a student dorm so far!
8 hours and 35 min. That’s how long it took for us to hit the E4 road from Stockholm, stop at a Pizza Hut in a town i’ve never heard of before to finally reach our final destination: Åre! It is one of the leading scandinavian ski resorts right now and as a swede myself i found myself… Read More Wanna go Skiing in Sweden? Well i went to Åre Ski Resort, somewhere way up north.
Careers in Health and Science Exposition (CHaSE) is a career fair organized by Karolinska Institute’s Medical Student’s Association (Medicinska Föreningen), to bring students who are interested in pursuing a career in the health sector, outside academia- in Sweden or abroad – in contact with their possible future employers. Is CHaSE an event for me? If… Read More CHaSE your dream job! Career Fair 2017
It’s been a few weeks since I left Sweden and I’ve started to realize that there are some things I’m already missing, and some that I could easily live without. I’ll try to explain… Weather I will definitely not miss the dark and cold Swedish winter (especially when I’m sunbathing in beautiful beaches along the… Read More Things I will (not) miss from Sweden
There are lots of practical ways to prepare for your studies in Sweden. You can check out the extensive arrival guides from KI and read about life here in Sweden. In fact you should probably be out right now buying warm clothes, sorting your visa or getting on the Duolingo ..but I think exposing yourself to… Read More The lazy way to prepare for your studies in Sweden (or at least without leaving the house)
Being in the University provides a feeling of safety and sometimes I get confused and stressed when I am thinking about the future, when the Master’s Programme will be over and we will have to go out to the “real work field”. That is why I could use a mentor, someone who has gone through… Read More Why you should join a mentorship programme at KI – The Future Network 2017
This year, 2017, Fat Tuesday (Fettisdag) is on February 28. What is Fettisdag? Traditionally this day marks the beginning of the fast that will end on Ash Wednesday. In the old days Swedish people will celebrate by eating semlor on this day. Today, semlor are available during the whole month of February and in a variety of… Read More Celebrate Fat Tuesday With A Semla!
The new semester of the Master’s in Biomedicine started – and so did the new courses. This semester is packed with modules that are short in length (1 month each) and sometimes there is a little bit of free time in between (if you get lucky with the assignment groups) to spend on a trip!… Read More Making your way through the Nordic Countries 1 by 1 – Copenhagen, Denmark (vlog)