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Neurosciences (Master)

Degree: Master of Science (M.Sc.)
Description: How does the brain work? Significant progress has been made in the field of cellular and molecular neuroscience. Modern in vivo techniques have revolutionized non-invasive observation of brain activity even in humans. Today’s challenge lies in understanding the brain as a complex and functioning system. This new master program in Neurosciences is supported by the Elite Network of Bavaria and embedded in the Graduate School of Systemic Neurosciences, which provides state-of-the-art training with nationally and internationally renowned professors. Key focus areas include systemic neurosciences, molecular and cellular neurosciences, computational neuroscience, and neurophilosophy. Modular seminars in secondary skills such as scientific writing, presentation skills, and time management supplement the core curriculum and help to prepare students optimally for their future career goals.
Program start: winter semester only
Duration: 4 semesters
Faculty: Faculty of Biology
Tuition: There are no tuition fees for this course. There is, however, a semester fee of 128 € for each student comprising a student services contribution (62 €) and a basic fee for public transportation (66,50 €).
Admission requirements: Candidates must hold a bachelor degree and must have a good command of the English Language.
Program homepage: Neurosciences

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