Profile and Career
The MSc in Neuroscience is a theoretical and experimental Master of Science programme within the natural and health sciences. It qualifies you to find solutions in neuroscience and for patients with brain disorders.
Through the MSc in Neuroscience you will acquire highly specialized knowledge of and competences within experimental neuroscience, translational neuroscience, and partly clinical neuroscience.
Moreover, the MSc in Neuroscience focuses on methodologies and newly developed in vitro and in vivo models. This will complement you with practical skills within neuroscience research and applications that enables you to apply neuroscience to solve complex problems. In addition to this, you will acquire a number of individual qualifications through taking elective courses, and producing a master’s thesis based on experimental laboratory work during the last academic year.
Read more about the specific knowledge, skills and, competences you will acquire with an MSc in Neuroscience.
With an MSc degree in Neuroscience you have a wide range of career opportunities. You are qualified to continue your academic studies as a PhD student at world-leading universities, or you can find work within the medicotechnical and pharmaceutical industries, at hospitals, within research or education.