The Master programme in Computational biomedicine has a scope of 120 ECTS, equivalent to two years' full-time work.
During the first year of study, you will combine a range of mandatory courses and modules (50 ECTS) with 10 ECTS of electives.
The mandatory courses take conversion classes as their starting points. Students with a qualifying degree in molecular biology or the like must take a conversion class in programming, whereas students with a qualifying degree in chemistry, mathematics, computer science or the like must take a conversion class in molecular biology and protein chemistry.
The primary emphasis of the second year will be your master thesis project (60 ECTS).
Graduates are awarded the title Master of Science (MSc) in Computational biomedicine
If you wish to pursue a career in research, you can apply for the PhD programme.
- To be considered for a 3-year PhD fellowship, you must hold a Master's degree.
- To be considered for a 4-year PhD fellowship, you must hold a Bachelor's degree and have passed Master level courses corresponding to 60 ECTS.