For students attending the The Master's Programme in Translational Physiology and Pharmacology Programme organisation

The Department of Physiology and Pharmacology is responsible for the Master Programme in Translational Physiology and Pharmacology.

Photo: Jessica Norrbom

Education Committee

Each programme at KI is directed by a committee. The committee discusses and makes decisions in overall matters, such as policy decisions, which courses should be included and their duration, finances, quality assurance and, above all, the development of the programme. For example, decisions concerning course syllabuses and programme syllabuses are taken in this committee. This programme is part of the Education Committee at FyFa.

Sofia Pettersson is the Education committee administrator. Contact her if you have issues that you want to be raised in the Education Committee.


Members of FyFa Education Committee

1 Chairperson Kent Jardemark

1 Programme director Jessica Norrbom

4 Representatives of teaching staff

1 Representative of the Stockholm county council

3 Student representatives

2 Other members are the Programme Officers and Study counsellor

Education committee administrator Sofia Pettersson

Programme organisation

The program organisation is composed of:

  • Head of Education for Master Programme
  • Programme Director
  • Program Study Director
  • Education Officer
  • Study Counselor
  • Course Administrator

Programme council

Throughout the program, teachers and student representatives from both year 1 and year 2 will meet on a regular basis in the program council. You are encouraged to contact one of the student representatives or the Education officer with suggestions for questions to raise at the program council. The student representatives are appointed for one year, and then new representatives are chosen. 

The programme council discuss questions regarding the programme and acts as a support to the Programme organisation.

Programme evaluation and quality 


Exit poll

At the end of the program, an exit poll is carried out. These results are discussed in the programme council, before being published.

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