Experimental and Clinical NeurosciencesUniversität Regensburg
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Applicants must hold a Bachelor degree, or equivalent, in biology, chemistry, medicine, psychology, or a closely related subject area. Also eligible to apply are students in the final year of their Bachelor, or equivalent, degree courses, provided that the degree will be conferred prior to the enrollment date within the MSc programme.
The University of Regensburg offers a Master's of Science (M.Sc.) programme in "Experimental and Clinical Neurosciences". It was established in April 2006 and is sponsored by the Elite Network Bavaria (ENB) as part of the excellence initiative of the State of Bavaria.
The ECN programme is a registered member of the Network of European Neuroscience Schools (NENS). NENS was founded in 2003 and is a structure of the Federation of European Neurosciences Societies (FENS). NENS represents over 130 graduate schools in neuroscience. Membership of NENS helps to ensure high quality standards and provides a number of benefits for students including training stipends and participation in annual meetings.
The 3-semester ECN programme will provide excellent students with the basic-to-advanced knowledge and skills that meet the credit requirements for a University Master's of Sciences (M.Sc.) degree. The programme strongly emphasizes interdisciplinary research in neuroscience. International research acitivities are promoted by existing international cooperations with excellent research laboratories in many countries. Being an elite programme it provides intensive supervision and research opportunities that stimulate rapid learning of relevant knowledge and skills.
The Elite Master's of Science (M.Sc.) study programme in
"Experimental and Clinical Neurosciences", in the following abbreviated
as ECN, provides candidates with basic to advanced knowledge and
laboratory skills needed for a successful career in research and applied
fields of neuroscience. As implied by the title of this programme the
course work is interdisciplinary in nature. The course work will be divided
into three main streams of scientific activity.
The regular course work takes place over three academic semesters.
The course work consists of:
▪ Lectures (L): basic and advanced
▪ Seminars (S)
▪ Tutorials (T)
▪ 3 Methodological Practica (MPr): 3 weeks each
▪ 3 Project Practica (PPr): 6-8 weeks each
▪ Weekend Seminars (WS): off campus, specialized topics
▪ Master's Thesis: six months
Date of Application : Winter - 15.07 und Summer 15.01