Hello all! Have you ever thought about working in a lab while studying your Master? I bet you have! Well, this is exactly what I am doing at Karolinska Institutet! A normal day as MTLS student We have lectures almost every day, usually starting at 9 a.m. We might have a full day (until 3… Read More Study a Master and work in the lab at the same time? Yes! It’s (kind of) possible!
Hello dear prospective student! Hurry up! The application for the Global Master’s programmes in Sweden has been opened! Apply and dare to become one member of this amazing bunch of people! The application for this Master is different because it belongs to three different universities and so, there are some spedific entry requierements to this… Read More A master at three universities-the story of how to find all the info for applying to Molecular Techniques in Life Science
How many of you have asked yourself that question? What are some of the most common misconceptions when it comes to Health Informatics (HI)? What educational background is required to study HI at KI? How does Sweden fit into the bigger picture? The above-mentioned questions are just some of those that popped into my mind a year ago… Read More What in the world is Health Informatics?
Hej, välkommen! Welcome to my blog! Be ready to immerse yourself in the life of a Master’s student at one of the world’s foremost medical universities, Karolinska Institutet! I’m Carolina a Spanish-French “hybridoma”! This year, as a KI Digital Ambassador, I will be blogging about the Master’s Programme I have just started: Molecular Techniques in… Read More Carolina meets Karolinska
Dear reader, by clicking on this post you’re willingly stepping into the world of a Serbian dentist studying Health Informatics at KI. I am hoping you will find it interesting enough to stick around for a while and choose to become a part of my journey. The content of this blog will mostly be programme… Read More The story behind my decision to pursue a Master’s in Health Informatics at KI
Dear prospective students, Many of you are aware that Swedish Institute (SI) offers scholarships to fee paying students from selected countries. The bad news we had last year was that these scholarships were not available. Since the news about this decision came late, some of you have even got admission but were not able to… Read More SISS Back in Place: Congratulations to Beneficiaries
Hej allihopa (Hi everyone)! This blog was planned to be posted before few weeks mainly to serve as a Swedish mini-dictionary for our first year students up on their arrival. However due to technical problems☺️ it is delayed by weeks. May be some of you have already mastered those words and phrases and went a… Read More Some Useful Swedish Words/phrases for New Comers to Sweden
Hello everyone! It has been almost a year since I came to Sweden to do my master’s programme! Endless days spent on sunbathing and enjoying hot and sunny weather of the Swedish summer… … were a direct stimulus to share my impressions of Sweden after a year living here. Swedish Nature Honestly, Sweden is a really picteresque… Read More A year in Sweden!
Hello every one, One of the few worries I had when I decide to come to Sweden was the winter weather. Since I had no a single day experience of snow, I tried to talk to a couple of people about it. The replies I got were even more depressing. When I read ‘…winter chills… Read More Stockholm’s winter is not as scary as I expected
The twenty-second of December traditionally marks the (northern hemisphere) winter solstice, a day where almost half of Sweden doesn’t see the sun at all, and a day of great mourning for most of the nation’s ‘tropical’ expat community. Following one of the greyest Novembers on record (1), during which locals could almost count the number… Read More Let there be light?