Літня школа для студентів природничих і медичних спеціальностей
Щороку Каролінський Інститут (Karolinska Institutet) організовує літню школу для студентів-бакалаврів. Перелік сфер дослідження: Cancer, Circulation and Respiration, Endocrinology and Metabolis, Infection, Inflammation and Immunology, Neuroscience, Reproduction, Growth and Development and Tissue and Motion.
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The Amgen Scholars Program at Karolinska Institutet (KI) is an opportunity for international and national undergraduate students to conduct research during 8 weeks in the summer at KI. The program will begin with a few days of introduction to research at KI together with lectures on scientific writing and poster presentation. The program will end with oral and poster presentations of the conducted research where the students also get trained in critiquing each other’s work. Throughout the program, students will be part of a research group and participate in lab work, scientific discussions, journal clubs, seminars, and other topics. KI believes this will be an excellent way of providing a robust academic research experience to students from across Europe.
More information about the Amgen Scholars Program can be found on
Frequently asked questions about the Amgen Scholars Program.
Cancer, Circulation and Respiration, Endocrinology and Metabolis, Infection, Inflammation and Immunology, Neuroscience, Reproduction, Growth and Development and Tissue and Motion.
Admitted students will be assigned projects based on stated interest and available spaces.
Amgen Scholars will be awarded a stipend of a total of SEK 10 000 per month (app. 1010 Euro (October 2016)) for the period of stay at Karolinska Institutet. Housing and round-trip travel costs are covered, as well as round-trip travel expenses to the Amgen Scholars European Symposium in Cambridge.
In 2017, 20 undergraduate students from Europe will be admitted to the Amgen Scholars Program at Karolinska Institutet.
To be eligible to apply to the Amgen Scholars Europe Program applicants must be:
Undergraduate students enrolled in colleges and universities in Europe; and Undergraduate students who have not completed their bachelor’s or first degree (or its equivalent) prior to termination of the programme symposium in September (this translates to still having coursework to complete for their bachelor or first degree after the programme end in September).
For medical students: eligible applicants must have not completed their fourth year of studies prior to termination of the programme symposium in September.
Program applicants must also have:
- A strong record of academic performance; and
- An interest in pursuing a Ph.D.
Eligible students must attend colleges or universities in countries that are participating in the Bologna Process. Currently, the participating countries include: Albania; Andorra; Armenia; Austria; Azerbaijan; Belgium; Bosnia-Herzegovina; Bulgaria; Croatia; Cyprus; Czech Republic; Denmark; Estonia; Finland; France; Georgia; Germany; Greece; Holy See; Hungary; Iceland; Ireland; Italy; Kazakhstan; Latvia; Liechtenstein; Lithuania; Luxembourg; former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia; Malta; Moldova; Montenegro; Netherlands; Norway; Poland; Portugal; Romania; Russian Federation; Serbia; Slovak Republic; Slovenia; Spain; Sweden; Switzerland; Turkey; Ukraine; United Kingdom.
Previous research experience is not required, but the student must show a genuine interest in doing investigating work in science.
Before applying you may go through the different research topics represented at Karolinska Institutet (see link below) to get an idea within what area you wish to do your summer program. You have the possibility to wish three different research areas on the online application form and on the Personal Statement. This will help the evaluation team find the best matches between scholars and mentors.
Applicants who are non-native English speakers are strongly encouraged to demonstrate adequate knowledge of the English language, through internationally recognized tests such as TOEFL.
How to Apply
In order to complete the application, please use the online application portal below (opens November 1 2017). There you will find all the application documents listed in pdf format to download.
Please create an account on the application portal below. Only complete applications will be considered
Address for Sending in the Academic Transcript
These should be posted latest FEBRUARY 1 2017 (i.e they can arrive after the deadline).
See the ‘how to apply’ document in the application portal
Department of Microbiology, Tumor and Cell Biology
Amgen Scholars Program
att: Course Administrator
SE-171 77 Stockholm
- Noon local time February 1 2017, application deadline
- First half of April 2017, notification of selected students
- June 19 – August 11, 2017, Amgen Scholars Program dates at Karolinska Institutet
- September 3 – 6, 2017, Amgen Scholars European Symposium in Cambridge
For questions regarding the program at Karolinska Institutet please send an e-mail to: email@example.com