Best Travel Report 2020/2021

During the Autumn semester 2020 Zuzanna Bjurenfalk, psychology programme, travelled to Università di Bologna in Italy and her travel report has been awarded the Best Travel Report of the year award for the academic year 2020/2021.

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Best travel report 2020/2021

The first prize for Best Travel Report 2020/2021 is awarded to Zuzanna Bjurenfalk, psychology programme, who travelled to Università di Bologna in Italy.

The second prize is awarded to Hannah van Bunningen, medical programme, who travelled to Université Paris Descartes (Paris 5) in France.

Third prize is awarded to both Maren Gerdes, biomedicine bachelor programme, who travelled to ETH Zurich in Switzerland and Joseph Rikardsen, audiology programme, who travelled to Arteveldehogeschool (Gent) in Belgium.

Congratulations to alla winners!

If you want to read their travel report please visit this page.

If you are interested in KI's exchange study program please contact your international coordinator.

Best travel report 2019/2020

During the Autumn semester 2019 Rebecca van Hage, student in Biomedical Laboratory Science, went on exchange to Instituto Politecnico de Lisboa in Portugal and her travel report was awarded Karolinska Institutet 's best travel report of the academic year 2019/2020.

Second prize was awarded to Elin Lindberg, Dentistry programme, who went on exchange to Shanghai Jiao Tong University (China) and third prize went to Olivia Uneklint, Psychology programme, who went on exchange to Università di Bologna (Italy). 

Each academic year a group assigned by the Committee of Higher Education, awards three students that have written useful and interesting exchange reports. The three reports that contain the best and most vivid descriptions of the exchange study period, both academically and socially and that contain practical tips and advice on what to consider before, during and after the exchange are awarded.

In their reports the students reflect about everything from the first steps before their applications are submitted to their experiences during the exchange, both academically and on a personal level. The appeal to their readers is to dare take the chance to apply for exchange studies - you will not regret it!

You will find all other published exchange reports online.