The curse of (not getting) the Swedish personnummer

You are always told by people around you that life is easier as a student. Truly the world changes and sometimes problems metamorphose to dilemmas after you graduate. I say this at the risk of sounding over dramatic. This blog post defines my frustrations that are entangled with the personummar. The Swedish personal number or… Read More The curse of (not getting) the Swedish personnummer

Welcome to Stockholm Event at the City Hall

If you are a new international student in Stockholm, you shouldn’t miss this opportunity! Every semester the recently arrived international students are invited to a reception ceremony at the Stockholm City Hall (Stockholm Stadshus), in which they are welcomed by the President of the Stockholm City Council and several other authorities. It’s the perfect chance to see… Read More Welcome to Stockholm Event at the City Hall

Health informatics: Prospective and Current research areas

My previous blogs based on my local experiences outside KI education. This time I’m bringing this article which I am feeling is the right time for both for upcoming health informatics students and for students who are looking for their Master thesis. Informatics within the field of public health is a developing, evolving, and growing… Read More Health informatics: Prospective and Current research areas

Swedification – what does it mean to me?

I actually have already written about a number of ways in which Sweden has changed me in a previous post, which you can read here: https://studentblogski.wordpress.com/2015/04/01/how-has-life-at-ki-changed-me-let-me-count-the-ways/. Almost an entire year has passed since then: a whole year of cinnamon buns, postal tardiness and gender equality. Whilst it is likely that I will leave Stockholm come… Read More Swedification – what does it mean to me?