Delta gratis på IDG 2022 / Free participation to IDG Summit 2022
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The Student Health Centre can help you if you are feeling worried
On the Student Health Centre's website, you can find resources and tools to support you with worries. You can also call the Student Health Centre for support. Contact them on 08-524 835 75 on Tuesdays from 14-15 and Thursdays from 10-11. You can also get in touch by booking a short advisory call through their website, or by calling during ordinary phone hours.

Visit the Student Health Centre's website

Visit KI:s webpage for contact details to support functions and information addressing the war in Ukraine
Many questions and activities on the war in Ukraine
In the KI president's blog, Ole Petter Otterssen addresses the war in Ukraine and the stance KI takes on matters relating to the war. "War always leads to health crises. It is obvious that the staff and students at Karolinska Institutet, as well as the university management, are deeply engaged in what’s going on." He writes. 

Read the full blogpost in Ole Petter Ottersen's blog
News links
To keep yourself updated, here are a few examples of Swedish authorities and news channels to follow: 
  • MSB (The Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency) is responsible for helping society prepare for major accidents, crises, and the consequences of war.
    • is a website run by MSB with the mission to compile and convey warnings, alerts, and emergency information from Swedish authorities to the public.
  • Sweden Abroad is the official website for Sweden's embassies and consulates and offers travel advice from embassies. 
  • Migrationsverket (The Swedish Migration Agency) is the authority that considers applications from people who want to take up permanent residence in Sweden, come for a visit, seek protection from persecution, or become Swedish citizens.
  • Sveriges Radio (Radio Sweden) is a Swedish public service radio channel whose mission is to deliver journalism independently about economic, political, and other interests.
  • The Local is a digital news publisher that publishes Sweden's news in English.
Webbinarium: Launch your career in Sweden
Curious about what Swedish business culture and working life is like? On 29 March at 19:00, the Swedish Institute invites you to a live stream where you will get the chance to meet Angelina and Raghu, two former international students who stayed in Sweden to work after their studies. They will talk about how they ended up where they are today and about the ups and downs of working at a Swedish company. 
More information about the Launch your career in Sweden live stream
Participate at the Inner Development Goals (IDG) 2022 summit for free
The IDG conference is part of a larger initiative where KI has an active part. IDG is about the inner skills we humans need to develop to cope with today's and tomorrow's challenges and create the conditions for a sustainable society. As a KI student, you can register free of charge with the code: IDG-KI-student384641.

Read more about the conference and how to use the code on KI's website
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This week's tip
Make your student account more secure by activating two-step verification
The two-step verification gives your student account more security and also makes it possible for you to easily change the password to your student account (via Office) even if the old password has expired or if you have forgotten it. Smooth, right?

Follow this guide to set up the two-step verification for your student account