The Elite Graduate Program Biomedical Neuroscience is funded by the Elite Network of Bavaria.
Neurological and neuropsychiatric disorders are on a rise in developed societies, so further expansion of research and development in neurology-related health care and biomedicine is to be anticipated. The Elite Graduate Program Biomedical Neuroscience is an interdisciplinary program executed by lectures from natural science institutes as well as from clinicians and clinical scientists. Aim of the program is an intensive education in the field of basic neuroscience and neuro-psychiatric diseases. This includes both the theoretical background and the technical skills for commonly used experimental approaches in basic and clinical research. Teaching is performed in a combination of theory and hands on classes and includes project oriented scientific work in the laboratories of the participation institutes. Furthermore additional qualification like data analysis, scientific ethics, management and communication are part of the curriculum.
Information Event on April 12, 2019, 13:00 p.m. for prospective students, who would like to learn more about the elite graduate program M.Sc. Biomedical Neuroscience. You will hear introductory lectures, meet future teaching staff and get a tour of our campus.
Location: Institut für Zellbiologie des Nervensystems, Bau 603 / 1. OG, Biedersteiner Str. 29, 80802 München;
We're looking forward to meeting you!
Application period for Winter Term 2019/2020: Applications will be accepted from Jan 1 - May 31, 2019 for start of studies in winter term 2019/2020. M.Sc. BmN does not offer a summer intake.
Duration of study/credits/language: 4 semesters /120 credits, full-time program/English
Costs per semester: No tuition fee.
Admission requirements include Bachelor biology, molecular medicine, physics, engineering, biochemistry or similar
- Experiment-based scientific education
- Personalized mentorship
- International exchange program
- High-level scientific training
- Focus on neurological/psychiatric diseases
- Integrated doctoral training opportunities
Application: January 1-May 31, 2019: www.tum.de/en/studies/application-and-acceptance/