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Master's programme after BSc in Molecular Life Sciences

After finishing your bachelor's programme in Molecular Life Sciences you have various choices to continue in a master's programme: You can for instance go to another university in the Netherlands or abroad to specialize in a field that is not available in Nijmegen. In this case you will probably have to apply for admission and check the requirements of that master's programme.

If you start a master's programme in 2019 you will also need to make a choice between different programmes at Radboud University, depending on the specialization you want to follow:

  1. For the specialization Chemistry of Life, you register for the master's programme Molecular Life Sciences. Also for the specialization Science and Education (to become a chemistry teacher), you register for Molecular Life Sciences.
  2. For the specializations Medical Epigenomics, Human Biology, and Neurobiology you register for the master's programme in Medical Biology.
  3. For the specializations Science in Society, and the Science, Management and Innovation, you can choose either Medical Biology or MLS, depending on your focus (Biological or Molecular).

Admission: In order to be admitted to the master's programme in Medical Biology, you need to fulfill the admission requirements: you need have followed at least 5 medical biological courses in your differentiation phase, see below.
Admission to the master's programme MLS is automatic with a BSc in MLS.

If you start a master's programme in 2020, the choices in Nijmegen are:

  1. Master's programme Molecular Sciences:
    Chemistry of Life, Molecular Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, SIS, SMI, Education (chemistry).
  2. Master's programme Medical Biology:
    Medical Epigenomics, Human Biology, Neurobiology, SIS, SMI, Education (biology).

All specialization will have specific admission requirements, that will be published soon. These requirements will not differ much from the requirements now.

Admission requirements to the master's programme in Medical Biology:

You need to have passed 30 ec (5 courses) from this list:

  • NWI-BB023B      Animal Cell Biology
  • NWI-BB051B      Applied Bioinformatics
  • NWI-BB017C      Biochemistry and Molecular Biology II
  • NWI-BB085B      Brain and Behaviour
  • NWI-BB081B      Cognitive Neuroimaging
  • NWI-BB048B      Endocrinology
  • NWI-BB064B      Functional Genomics
  • NWI-BB086         Genomics for Health and Environment
  • NWI-BB047C      Human Embriology and Developmental Biology
  • NWI-BB025B      Human Pathology
  • NWI-BB019B      Immunology
  • NWI-MOL104     Medical Biotechnology
  • NWI-BB084B      Molecular Principles of Development
  • NWI-BB034B      Neurobiology
  • NWI-BB021B      Neurobiophysics
  • NWI-BB039C      Neurodevelopment
  • NWI-BB080B      Neurophys. of Cognition and Behaviour
  • NWI-BB063B      Neuroscience: from Basis to Clinic
  • NWI-BB065B      Pathophysiology of the Kidney
  • MED-MIN16       Translational neuroscience