Every year on the 17th of March, St Patrick’s day is celebrated in several places around the world. But… I don’t think anyone celebrate it as hard as the irish. Here, it’s a national holiday (also referred to as a bank holiday) and means that you don’t have to show up for work/school. But the… Read More My Dublin Adventure: St Patrick’s Day
Geez, I can’t believe I’ve been in Dublin for over a month! And apparently I’ve been too busy to remember to write about my journey here. When I first arrived in Dublin my first impression was: rain. Ireland was living up to its reputation already. Although I knew it was going to be warmer and… Read More My Dublin adventure, part 1
Hi y’all! Hope you’ve had a great holiday. I’ve been doing the mandatory slacking off over christmas, assuming a horizontal position on my mother’s couch while being provided with an excellent selection of glögg and lussebullar. And, as mentioned before, I spent new years in Amsterdam with Sofia and a couple of other friends. Awesome times. But… Read More Master programme application
Hi again! I feel like my last post about the internationalization of the Bachelor’s programme in biomedicine needs to be expanded a bit in terms of programme outline and such. Before actually starting the first semester, the whole class goes on a 3-day trip to Barnens Ö, an island in the north part of the Stockholm archipelago.… Read More A closer look into the Bachelor’s Programme in Biomedicine
Hi there all prospective students of Karolinska Institutet! (and everyone else of course). My name is Lovisa and I am a student in the fifth semester at the Bachelor’s programme in Biomedicine here at KI. I am born and raised in Stockholm, Sweden so I dare say I am quite familiar with this city and… Read More The Bachelor’s programme in Biomedicine is going global!