The end of course 1 in Semester 3 means it’s time for a review! After finishing the exams and successfully passing them (whoop whoop!) I decided to write a blog post giving a review of this course. Why did I decide to review the course? Well for starters after having studied here for 1 year,… Read More Review of Infection and Immunity, course 1 in Semester 3!
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
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
If you asked me what part of the Biomedicine course I was excited for- the answer would be, the labs. (To a certain extent) Hej hej! Today I’m going to be talking more about the general organic chemistry course. More specifically, the labs in the General Organic course (GOC). Anna, our senior Biomedicine BSc student… Read More Labs in the General Organic Chemistry Course – Biomedicine BSc.
And finally… here you have the new KI Digital Ambassadors crew! Do you want to know who they are? In this video you will see all of them introducing themselves, watch it and get to know the 2016-2017 D.A. team! Stay tuned…! Laura e-mail: email@example.com
Hey Everyone! Friday was our mid-term exam in our current course Infection and Immunity. I felt like this “half” time was a great point to talk about how the course is going. This is the first course of the second year Biomedicine Bachelor’s program. It covers the immune system, as well as Virology, Bacteriology, and… Read More Infection and Immunity
My last test for my last course for my first year is on Thursday. While part of me is studying the mechanisms of motor proteins and the packing of chromatin, part of me is looking back at how my life has changed in the past 10 months. My class started off as a large group,… Read More The end of my first year
There are many parents at KI, both students and teachers. This is something that has always intrigued me. How does that work? So to find out, I asked a classmate which balances work, parenting, studying full-time, and still manages to be chipper every day. Let’s start with a bit about yourself, how old are you?… Read More Parenting as a student
Hej hej hej! This is officially my first post ever as a KI digital ambassador and as i press the keys on my keyboard i get more and more nervous about what i should write! I will see this as a platform where i can share my moments with you by posting beautiful shots of the… Read More Exciting times awaits!
In the midst of this last intense week of thesis writing, I am realizing that my stay in Dublin quickly is coming to an end. This inescapable fact is making me feel quite melancholic. Although there are always those things you miss about home… swedish pastries to the fika, swedish summer, a working public transport system… Read More Final report from Ireland