It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas 🎄 🎶 As someone who has lived in Sweden a few years and now says “jaha” as an unironic expression of comprehension, I’d like to recommend some food items that make Swedish Christmas a bit different from the rest. Blue cheese and gingerbread cookies Yes, I do… Read More 5 Swedish Christmas Foods to try this holiday season
Summer is finally approaching and many are about to be done with school (for good😉). Are you graduating soon from high school or some bachelor program? If you are reading this, it is either A) The title caught your attention or B) You already started to look for universities. Well, Karolinska Institutet is becoming… Read More 6 reasons to study at Karolinska Institutet
Hello there! Ever wondered about what the master’s biomedicine students do in their free time? Well, today’s blog post is all about my class. Not only we come from different countries, but we also studied different fields such as biomedicine, biotechnology, immunology, molecular medicine, biology and so on. There are people from China, Taiwan, U.K.,… Read More Wonder what MSc Biomeds do in their free time?
The title probably speaks for itself! What are you expected to do as a nutritionist? “Write me a diet plan” or … save the planet? Which one of these two (or of hundreds of other!) options do you think of when hearing the words “nutrition science”? Dietitian Vs Nutritionist: what’s the difference? When telling… Read More Master’s in Nutrition Science: Important Questions & Significant Answers (Part 1)
I am here to tell you how to get the deepest discounts possible in Stockholm using your golden ticket, your student I.D! As students we all have champagne dreams on minuscule budgets , but that doesn’t mean we should suffer. You’ve probably heard it before, 10% off here , maybe 20% off there, but I’m not interested… Read More 6 Secret Ways Your Student Card Gets You Cheap Stuff in Stockholm
Now that you have submitted your applications for the Master’s program, it is time to start looking for funding options and here is an estimate of how much you would need to survive in Stockholm- Accommodation- 3500 to 6000 SEK per month This is the range for a student dorm or a room in a… Read More How much does it cost to study at KI?
Two months ago, I was sat in Arlanda airport on my way home for Christmas with one thing on my mind- food 🙂 Of course I looked forward to seeing family and friends! But mostly, I just wanted to overindulge in some British food. Roast Dinner with Yorkshire puddings, pigs in blankets, crumpets with butter, bacon… Read More Delicious Swedish food traditions everyone should get on board with.
One of the great things about being at such an international university is the huge variety of cultures that you can find here! From Chinese to South African, from Turkish to Brazilian, from Indian to Finnish, from Catalan (that’s me!!!) to… actually from wherever you want! And the clearest way in which this broad mix… Read More Cooking@KI – Persian dinner!
This month, an Indonesian friend of mine who worked at our embassy is going back to Jakarta since her working period here has been over. In the light of her departure, the embassy arranged a gathering with Indonesian society in Stockholm, not only to bid her farewell but also to welcome her replacement. An announcement was… Read More A Farewell in the Ambassador’s Residence
Saturdays have become my ‘tourist’ days. One whole day a week dedicated to exploring Stockholm and its surroundings. Except last Saturday: It rained, and I hadn’t bought an umbrella yet. So, I shopped instead. My favourite ‘Sightseeing Saturday’ so far has been a boat trip to the town of Vaxholm in the Stockholm archipelago. You… Read More Day Trip to Vaxholm