Hello everyone! I’ve been thinking it’s about time I introduced you to our lovely class in the Global Health Master, 2019-2020 cohort! So, who are we? Nationality As in any Global program, taught in English in a country where it’s not an official language, you’d expect us to come from many different places, right? Yes!… Read More Who are we “Global Healthers” in 2019-2020?
Reading time: 4 mins. Its been nearly three months since the Global Health class of 2019 graduated at the start of June. At least in my opinion, enough time has passed for most of us to start the process of reflecting on our year and what it has meant for us professionally, academically and personally.… Read More Global health class of 2019: what are their plans?
Reading time: 7 mins. Now that the dust has settled since graduation and the class of 2019 is on to bigger and better things, I thought I’d write a few more blogs that share what we’ve learned throughout our time here, as well as some more tips on how to navigate aspects of your time… Read More When you don’t get on with your thesis supervisor…
Reading time: 5 mins. So, another semester is under way and it’s time to look back on the final modules we had. We’re almost half way through the second and final semester. So, that’s two modules down and the thesis is under way. These modules are the shortest and you can feel it. It’s a… Read More Global health 2019 semester two review – part 1 of 2
Reading time: 1 min. Shadowing is a great way of getting a brief first-hand experience of the KI campus and classroom. It’s not something that many of us have had the privilege of doing at a national university, let alone an international one. Most people can’t afford to travel to Stockholm for a day or… Read More Shadowing a student at KI
Reading time: 5 mins. Four months have passed and semester one is complete. I thought it would be a good time to give an overview of the modules we’ve had. Every year following feedback, courses are altered to improve them. However, this does mean, what is better for one cohort may not be better for… Read More Global health 2018 semester one review
Now that I’m halfway through my first semester here, it’s the perfect time to look back and reflect on a few differences I’ve come across in the classroom here at KI (and potentially Sweden). I could comment and walk you through each module, but that’s been done before. Instead, here are 7 things that you’d… Read More 7 ways studying in Sweden is different
Who am I? I’m Rahel and I’m one of the new Global Health Masters students. I’ve been working as a doctor in the National Health Service in the UK for the last few years and decided to take a leap and expand my horizons here in the exciting city of Stockholm. I also happen to… Read More KI Calling 2018: Introducing one of KI’s newest bloggers…
Personally, one of the things I was a little concerned about at the start of the Global Health programme was the degree project, and with good reason: in one year, you have to fit multiple courses and a research. While other programmes give students the chance to take some time to think about their interests… Read More Global Health Thesis chronicles: 5 (not so) common misconceptions about your degree project
Swedish, scholarships, grants, thesis project & more!… Read More Useful links and FAQ about Global Health and KI