|Degree:||Master of Science (MSc)|
|University website:||Biomedical Sciences|
Biomedical sciences is a broad field ranging from infectious diseases to toxicology, from epidemiology to immunology, and from medical neuroscience to cancer. It is also broad in its approach to any one of these areas with the common aim to improve the health and well-being of patients.
This programme offers a solid basis in research with close ties to three research institutes in Nijmegen. All three institutes are located on the campus of the Radboud university medical center which means you will be researching within clinical practise.
There is no better way to experience how research benefits the health and well-being of the patient; the ultimate goal of all biomedical research. In addition to research, this Master’s programme offers many other career options. During you programme you can choose between the Research, Communication and Consultancy career profiles.
You will get a thorough understanding of the molecular, individual and population aspects of human health and disease and specialising in a biomedical science of your choice. The Master’s programme allows you to construct a curriculum that meets your research interests and career goals. There are a few compulsory courses associated with your chosen career profile. Beside these, we offer a broad range of over 70 different biomedical courses from which you can choose as well as two internships and a literature thesis.