Connect on social media
As a new student, you might want to connect with your new university and get some inspiration of what it is like to study at Karolinska Institutet. Here is a list of useful accounts and pages that will enable you to do just that.
Karolinska Institutet: The official Facebook page of Karolinska Institutet.
Karolinska Institutet Student: Life as a student at KI. Hosted by KI's digital ambassadors.
KI Student: Open FB group for students at KI. In English and Swedish.
Medicinska Föreningen i Stockholm: The student union for students in medical sciences. In English and Swedish.
International Committee (Medicinska Föreningen): Promotes internationalisation within Medicinska Föreningen and KI and organise educational activities for international students.
Coffee Hour: Coffee and Swedish fika most Thursdays plus special events.
Global Friends KI: Organise activities that promote community among national and international students.
@karolinskainstitutet: The official Instagram account of Karolinska Institutet.
@kistudents: Life as an international student at KI. Hosted by KI's digital ambassadors.
@kibiblioteket: KIB is the University Library at KI and they are posting tips and hacks for smarter studying techniques.
@kihealthpromotion: KI:s Health Promotion team share useful tips about the campus gyms, anywhere movement and sustainability.
Youtube - Vlogs and campus tours
KI Student Vlogs (YouTube): Life as a student at KI. Watch videos created by KI's digital ambassadors.
Karolinska Institutet (YouTube): KI’s official channel. In English and Swedish.
Twitter – News about health, life science, and KI
Karolinskainst: KI's official Twitter account
Linkedin – Professional networking and alumni
Weibo – if you live in China
Karolinska Institutet (Weibo): Run by KI's Chinese digital ambassadors.
Student blogs: Join KI's digital ambassadors for stories on what it’s like to study at Karolinska Institutet, and not to forget, a lot of useful tips!
"Studera utomlandsbloggen": KI students on exchange (both international and national) share their experiences.
Researcher blogs: Maybe you are considering a Ph.D. Here you can read about what it’s like to be a Ph.D. student at KI.