Studiengebühren: 2168 Euro/Jahr
Are you looking to broaden your career options in the field of bioscience? Would you like to gain professional experience while studying? Do you want a course that meets industry needs and has been rated ‘top program’ for 5 years running? Then take your science career to the next level by studying Molecular Life Sciences at HAN University of Applied Sciences.
Study in part-time?
Do you already have a job in the field? Are you an EU/EEA citizen and can you get to Nijmegen at least once a fortnight? Why not study in part-time? Follow the modules at your own pace. Complete the assignments at your place of work. Your company benefits because you gear the assignments to their needs. How long is the part-time program? From 2 to 4 years.
Module 1: Fundamentals
Module 2: Drug Development
Module 3: Production of Biomolecules
Module 4: Vaccines and Diagnostics
Module 5: Research and Product Development Skills
Module 6: Project Management
Module 7: Master's Thesis
Master Molecular Life Sciences: Career
With this Master's degree, you can work in different areas of the Bioscience sector, such as pharmaceuticals, personal health care, diagnostics and the food and feed industry. Our graduates also work in universities, hospitals, and private research institutes. A professional Master's degree gives you the opportunity to apply for jobs with more responsibility and opens doors to new challenges.
Our graduates get jobs as:
If this Master's course has motivated you to delve even deeper into applied research, you can always follow in the footsteps of many past graduates and further your career with a Ph.D.
You will be admitted to the course if you have one of the following:
Your English language proficiency is at least B2 on the CEFR or 6,5 on the IELTS.
You need laboratory research experience of at least 5 months to enrol in this course. You acquired this experience during your internships or work experience.
An internship placement position is a condition for taking the course.
You finish your course with the graduation project, which is the final assessment of your knowledge and skills. This involves carrying out a project in applied research or product development for the organisation where you are working or doing a work placement.
During the project, you write a project plan and ensure that it is carried out. After completing your project, you write a report on the project results and reflect on its execution.
The final step is defending your project in front of a board of examiners and discussing aspects of the research/development and project management with a panel of experts. In this way, you show that you possess the competences to be able to function as the link between the lab and experienced project managers, and between the various experts involved in your projects.
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