Starting in the 2020-2021 academic year, the fellowship covers one year’s tuition for one of KI’s esteemed Global Master’s Programs. KI is one of the world’s most recognized medical institutions and is Sweden’s largest center of medical academic research. Since 2015, DIS and KI have collaborated academically to offer students unique and rigorous education opportunities within research and health sciences.
This past September a delegation from KI traveled in the U.S. alongside DIS staff members Julie Scott, Director of International Relations, and Tina Mangieri, Associate Academic Director at DIS Stockholm. Together they visited students, faculty, staff, and administrators at Wake Forest, Elon, UNC Chapel Hill, and Duke Universities. There they discussed research at DIS and the new KI-DIS fellowship opportunity.
Both DIS and KI are eager to give DIS Copenhagen and Stockholm alumni the chance to come back to Scandinavia and pursue graduate studies in health science at one of the world’s leading medical universities.
Applications opened October 16 for the 2020/2021 academic year.
>> Learn more about applying to the KI-DIS Fellowship
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