Karolinska Institutet is delighted to offer an introductory course in
This course will be delivered online, it is meant for qualified students
resident in Africa, and it is free of charge, as it was developed with
support from Novartis AG.
It is delivered under the rules and regulations of Karolinska
Institutet; therefore if you - or any of your colleagues resident in
Africa - are interested in participating, please apply via KI (link below).
The online course will begin in October and will consist of ten weekly
sessions, plus an introduction week, and a continuous assessment. In
terms of workload, you should plan to spend between 4 and 8 hours per
week studying for the course.
Each weekly session will consist of some pre-recorded lectures and a
live tutorial with tutors from the University of Cape Town and the
University of Manchester.
Following the online course, the best and most motivated students will
be invited to a face-to-face workshop in early 2016, hosted by the
University of Cape Town.
If you have further questions please feel free to contact Jeremy Whitty
about the course content at jeremy.whitty_at_ki.se
If you wish to apply or have any questions about the application process
please visit the link below and/or contact Michelle Azorbo, the Project
coordinator, at michelle.azorbo_at_ki.se
Finally, for now, places are limited and the closing date for
applications is 26th of August, so if you wish to apply, you will need
to do so quickly.
For information about Karolinska Institutet
For more information about the course, and to apply
PS You will notice a legal note in the brochures. To comply with Swedish
law, applicants who are not employed by Novartis must submit a signed
‘Power of Attorney’ stating they are permitted to participate in the
course. Details are in the brochures.
Paolo Denti, PhD
Division of Clinical Pharmacology
Department of Medicine
University of Cape Town
K45 Old Main Building
Groote Schuur Hospital
Observatory, Cape Town
7925 South Africa
phone: +27 21 404 7719
fax: +27 21 448 1989
UNIVERSITY OF CAPE TOWN
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