Experience Sharing - Study Abroad in Sweden

  • 2021-03-16
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TMU invites five Taiwanese students who decided to pursue their Master/PhD degree in Sweden (Karolinska Institute & KTH Royal Institute of Technology) following graduation from Taiwanese universities, to share their experience, including:
A. Brief introduction of KI and KTH
B. Why they chose Sweden and the application process
C. The cultural difference between Taiwan and Sweden
D. How do they feel being KI/ KTH students so far
E. The impact to their future career
F. Q & A

Date: March 18, 2021 (Thursday)
Time: 6 – 8 PM (Taipei Time)
Venue: Meeting Room #1, 7F, Teaching & Research Building
No. of participants: 35

Co-organizer: College of Pharmacy, TMU & Taipei Mission in Sweden

 Speakers:
From the Karolinska Institutet - Karolinska Institutet (KI) is located in Solna, on the outskirts of Stockholm, the capital of Sweden, and was founded in 1810. It is the largest single medical school in the world and one of the top ten medical schools globally. The institution is known for its Nobel Assembly which awards the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine.

o Enoch Yi-Tung Chen, MSc in Public Health Sciences, Epidemiology
o Chung-Yeh Chen (Ian Chen), Master's Programme in Bioentrepreneurship

From KTH Royal Institute of Technology
KTH Royal Institute of Technology is located in Stockholm, Sweden. It is a public university founded in 1827. It is recognized as the most prestigious, oldest and largest technical university in Sweden. It is ranked among the top 100 universities in the world.

o You-Yu Lu (Joe), Master of Science in Sound and Vibration
o Lee Yi-Hsuan (Sophia), Master of Science in Industrial and Environmental Biotechnology Programme
o Lee-Lun Lai (Alan), Master of Science in Engineering Physics

Dinner will be provided for those who have successfully registered and signed in, please show up on time.
All participants are strongly advised to maintain a social distance and to wear a mask while not eating.

For more information, please contact Global Partnerships Section (gps@tmu.edu.tw)
2 points for TMU Global Learning Passport for students.

(Please note that this event will be conducted in Chinese. But if you have any questions, feel free to leave the message to us. We will help forward it to the speakers. Thank you!)