This is it. The final semester of my master’s programme is about to finish. It feels quite strange that we no longer have an official live ceremony this year. Several people were looking forward to a proper ceremony at Aula Medica, but the current circumstances have led to unexpected decisions. In case you are wondering… Read More How it feels to be a 2020 graduate…
The current outbreak has indeed hindered studying, socialising, and travelling in different parts of the world. Currently, most people are working from home in Sweden. Students are taking distance courses or writing their thesis at home. However, I am one of the many KI students who still go to the lab. 🧫 Even some medical… Read More Did the outbreak affect my practical work at the hospital?
Hej everyone! Back in June, we finished our first year of masters which means one more academic year to go! 💃🏽 Ending this year felt really good after seeing the accomplishments and the friendships we made in uni. And now I’m currently enjoying summer! ☀️ Personally, my second semester was extremely intense since I took elective… Read More MSc Biomedicine semester two – course review part 2/3
Hej everyone! The spring term has just started, and everyone is trying to get back into study mode after the holidays. Our holidays are actually called “individual study time” on the schedule which means you either have a final exam to study for or an assignment (so not really a proper holiday 😝). Anyhow, our last… Read More Even Biomed students can meet patients
To kill two birds with one stone. An idiom which sounds quite harsh in today’s perspective, but might be suitable to express my image of applying to the Joint Master’s Programme in Health Informatics at Karolinska Institutet. As the name states, it is not a single programme but a joint programme, which offers several “two… Read More Joint Master’s Programme in Health Informatics: the two birds to be killed with one stone
One of the Master’s Programmes offered by Karolinska Institutet is the Joint Master’s in Health Informatics. You should consider applying before the deadline closes. Why, you ask? Here is why. 1. “You’d be the one to unite our two worlds.” (Aquaman, 2018) No spoilers here, don’t worry! Borrowing a quote from the above movie is… Read More Advice from a doctor: Consider applying for the Master’s Programme in Health Informatics
Part 3 out of 4 – we are getting there! Hello there! Wondering about the life of a master nutrition student at KI in November-December? You shall look no further! Here comes the detailed (and hopefully fun!) review of the third course of the Master’s Programme in Nutrition Science called “Diet, physical activity and fitness –… Read More Master’s in Nutrition Science: What makes the research in nutrition & physical activity so tricky? (Part 3)
The deadline for submitting your application is drawing near. I remember when I was applying two years ago, I got quite anxious, compulsively reviewing and going through the document checklists. Regardless if you are a carefree or perfectionist person when it comes to paperwork, you should take a final look (or several =P ) before… Read More 6 Documents you should not miss when applying for a Master’s degree in Sweden
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?
Should you choose to read this blog, then you are probably pondering in pursuing a master’s degree, aren’t you? 🙂 Yes, I strongly agree with you that considering deeply before deciding to go to grad school is a vital thing since pursuing another degree will need you to ‘sacrifice’ your time, your money, your opportunity… Read More 5 signs that a Master’s Degree is (inevitable) for you