Emil Tiger Lundell 
KTH Royal Institute of Technology
M.Sc. Biotechnology Program

Driven Mentor and Leader

I am on my third year at KTH Royal Institute of Technology studying Biotechnology. Aside from my academic drills, I keep myself involve in the Student Union organising and leading a variety of events in my Department. I also enjoy watching films to relax and balance my academic routines.

Subject Areas



Swedish (native)

English (fluent)


M.Sc Biotechnology Program at KTH 2016 - ongoing

Naturvetenskaps programmet, Östra Real. (Secondary School) 2013-2016  


M.Sc Biotechnology program at KTH 2016 - ongoing

Master of Science in the field of  Biotechnology, an ongoing education of which I have already completed the first two years. The education focuses mainly on Biotechnology, Chemistry, Maths and enterpreneurship. Graduation is planned for 2021 and my B.Sc will be finished in 2019.

Naturvetenskaps programmet, Östra Real. (Secondary School) 2013-2016

Secondary school with focus on Natural Science. This nourished my interest in Biology which led to my choice of continued study.

Work  experience

My Academy AB 2017-2018


I worked with three students on secondary school level. I helped these students with their problems mainly in Natural Science and how to plan their studies. This experience helped me increase my ability in explaining and solving more difficult topics in the area of Biology, Chemistry  and Maths.

Studybuddy AB 2016 - 2017


I worked with a total of 4 students whereof two were  extended for a certain period. I mainly helped the students with maths problems but also with other subjects that the student felt that they needed to improve in.

Gyllene M:n AB (McDonalds)  2014 - 2015

Crew Member

Worked part time, about two days a week, and full time during the summer. I worked as a cashier, in the drive-through and in the kitchen. I learned to be efficient and working in a team.

Other experience

Kaosa, Head of Chemistry’s All-Around students Feb 2018 - ongoing

Kaosa is the head of Kaos, a group at KTH who is responsible for cooking and planning of events during the first two weeks of the reception of the new students. I was responsible for 26 other students who together served over 200 meals every day for the two weeks.

KOMPIS, Chemistry Chapter, guides new students Mars 2017- Nov 2017

During the first two weeks of the reception at KTH, I was the sponsor and responsible for a group of 15 people. I guided them around the campus and answered any question related to education and campus life at KTH. This made me comfortable with talking to new people and keep them actively involve if there was an unexpected gap in their schedule.