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. It’s the end of our second and final semester. What a whirlwind that was! In this final review I’ll be reflecting on the thesis process and hopefully giving some insight into what to expect for those starting the MSc in September and those who are contemplating applying. Finding a supervisor This… Read More Global health 2019 semester two review – part 2 of 2
Hej hej! As time goes by, my thesis project gets more and more intense. The workload is increasing, time is passing by fast and soon it will be time for submission! I was recently reflecting on the different projects that my classmates are doing and how each of us managed to find a suitable project… Read More How to find a project for your Biomed Bachelor thesis?
Hello and welcome! I decided to make an online diary for my thesis work. As I mentioned in my previous blog, I am conducting my thesis research abroad. Today, I will recap my experience of getting started and the first few weeks of working in the lab. First Day: I was super super excited to… Read More Thesis Diary Vol 1: Starting work at the lab
Hello and welcome! It has been a long, long time since my last blog post. As I mentioned before, the semester of the Biomedicine Bachelors programme focuses on the thesis, which means 20 weeks of lab work! Yay! In my previous blogs, I mentioned the application process for the thesis if one chooses to go… Read More Starting my thesis abroad: Arriving in Mannheim
Hello and welcome back! In this blog, I will be going through the final process of applying for a Bachelor Thesis abroad in semester 6 of the Biomedicine programme. I will also be sharing my own experience of the application process! So, the university that I got nominated to is Heidelberg University in Germany. I… Read More The second (and final) step to applying for a bachelor’s thesis abroad!
With graduation pictures and celebrations filling up my social media pages, it feels surreal that I will soon join them as a new graduate, even though we don’t need to wear a typical gown for KI’s graduation ceremony. It is always at the end when you think about the beginning. And when I look back… Read More Things I Didn’t Expect When I Applied to the Toxicology Program at KI: A Freemover
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
Masters in Global Health at KI is a short course. This means in a matter of 3 months into the course, students are encouraged to think about what they want to do for their thesis work. Inevitably, it is a time of considerable stress and widespread panic is common. Even though choosing a thesis topic… Read More 👩🏽🎓 5 ways to choose a Global Health thesis