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Molecular Life Sciences


In Nijmegen ()

£ 1001-2000


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    2 Years

Exploring the molecular and cellular principles that lie at the basis of health and disease, and translate them into medical applications and solutions.

About this course

- TOEFL score of ≥577 (paper based) or ≥233 (computer based) or ≥90 (internet based)
- IELTS score of ≥ 6.5
- Cambridge Certificate of Advanced English (CAE) or Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE) with a mark of C or higher

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  • Biology
  • Medical Sciences
  • Molecular life sciences
  • Molecular Biology
  • Immunology
  • Communication
  • Research skills
  • Clinical biology
  • Neuroscience
  • Biochemistry

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Gerrie  Coppens

Gerrie Coppens

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Course programme

As a Molecular Life Sciences student, you'll choose one of the following specialisations. With electives and internships, you can fit the programme exactly to your specific interests.

  • Chemistry for Life
    This specialisation involves the design and synthesis of complex molecular systems, addressing challenging problems, such as wound healing and drug delivery. At the interface of biology and chemistry you will get a solid foundation in modern synthetic organic chemistry, physical organic chemistry and chemical biology.
  • Human Biology
    Human Biology provides you with an extensive biological knowledge, and experience in working with animal and patient samples. In this way you will be trained to bridge the gap between early biomedical research results and clinical practice.

  • Medical Epigenomics
    Our skin cells, liver cells and blood cells all contain the same genetic information. Yet these are different types of cells, each performing their own specific tasks. How is this possible? The explanation lies in the epigenome: a heritable, cell-type specific set of chromosomal modifications, which regulates gene expression. Radboud University is specialised in studying the epigenome and is the only university in the Netherlands to offer a specialisation in this field of research.

  • Neuroscience
    The specialisation in Neuroscience aims at unravelling the neuro-biological and neuro-computational mechanisms of this fascinating, complex system. This specialisation encompasses the full spectrum from molecule to man, and from experiment to advanced theory and models.

  • Science in Society
    This specialisation will equip you with the tools and skills to become a professional intermediary between science and society. You will learn to analyse (governmental) science communication and connect scientific knowledge with divergent perspectives and interests of various stakeholders.

  • Science, Management and Innovation
    This specialisation will teach you what is happening in the world of business and public administration, how innovation is managed in company strategies, how the government designs policy and how that interacts with societal challenges.

Molecular Life Sciences

£ 1001-2000