Nutrition science is the only master’s programme located in Flemingsberg, Huddinge, the southern part of Stockholm. I assume a lot of you might wondering how actually KI Campus Flemingsberg looks like. Therefore, I invited Marina, one of my classmates, to show you the area and some important spots around the campus.
KI Residence Flemingsberg
We met at KI student housing at Flemingsberg since Marina lives there. It is located close to the campus buildings and train station.
Zanderska Huset/Alfred Nobels allé (ANA) 23
Sometimes we call it the “gym building” since the campus gym “Base” is located here. Apart from that, there are group study rooms and common lounges with artistic and modern design.
Alfred Nobels allé 10
Moving a bit from ANA 23 is ANA 10. We had several lectures here, at de Verdiersalen and Rappesalen rooms.
Also, if you are admitted to KI, you can apply for your KI student card at the self-service machine in this building.
Alfred Nobels allé 8 (KI Library)
Perhaps, ANA 8 is one of the most important buildings in the Campus Flemingsberg since this is where the library is situated. We usually book a study room and have a group discussion or simply read and study there. There is also a restaurant here for you to buy your lunch or heat up your lunchbox.
This is where we spend most of our time since the majority of the lectures were held here, at the Erna Möller salen.
We also had our first roll-call and lunch gathering in this building at the beginning of autumn term.
So, that’s a snippet of our campus! You can also check Bobby’s video to see more detail. So far, we really enjoy studying here at campus Flemingsberg!
There are a few weeks to go until the announcement of admission results. We hope you’ll get the best result and wish to see you around at KI!
Featured image: Zanderska Huset and the beautiful sky of Flemingsberg. Photo credit: Marina (used with permission)
Hello! I’m Sepri, a medical doctor from Indonesia. I’m a master student of Nutrition Science at KI. I’m keen to learn about the interplay between diet and health status as well as the role of nutrition both in disease prevention and intervention. I love to study, but in my free time you’ll find me listening to music/podcast/audiobook. As a blogger, I’ll write about my programme, experiences that I have in Sweden, and give you a little snippet of student life. I’m excited to share this journey with you!