|Annual tuition (EEA)||4,916 EUR|
|Annual tuition (non-EEA)||4,916 EUR|
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This program aims to educate specialists for independent work in research and education in areas of neurosciences, electrophysiology, and psychopharmacology.
A holder of a Master’s degree in Neurobiology has good knowledge of the general principles of structure, function, and pathology of the nervous system, can study the latest neuroscience-related literature, identify and analyze neuroscience-related problems and knows the scope of application, advantages, and disadvantages of modern scientific and clinical investigation techniques.
A holder of Master’s degree in Neurobiology has good knowledge of the general principles of structure, function and pathology of the nervous system, is able to study the latest neuroscience-related literature, to identify and analyze neuroscience-related problems and knows the scope of application, advantages and disadvantages of modern scientific and clinical investigation techniques. A graduate is able to work individually and in a team, transfer knowledge to professionals and nonprofessionals, be able to identify own scientific interests in a context of modern life science, learn continuously, improve and update knowledge and skills.
Established running TEMPUS funded project together with partners from Oxford University, Manchester University, UK, Western Ontario University, Canada, Kuopio University, Finland.
Taught by high-level specialists.
Possibilities to prepare Master thesis on topics outside the Department of Neurobiology and Biophysics.
Modern teaching facilities.
Master of Sciences in Neurobiology can work at biotechnology industry, research and development, education, medical institutions, private and public agencies where knowledge, technologies and equipment in a field of neurobiology and live sciences are applied, created or traded.
Analytical knowledge could be improved through doctoral studies in the fields of life sciences.
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