Making three choices
Studying Biomedical Sciences at the Radboudumc means choosing what place in the innovation model suits your ambitions and qualities best, and having the opportunity to develop yourself in this direction. The question is: how do I do that? To help you translate your future vision into a concrete programme, we suggest that you make three choices for:
- A research institute that is associated with a specific type of research or a methodological orientation
- A profile (do you envision yourself as someone who is primarily doing research, assumes a role as an advisor or consultant, or is involved in communication of scientific information?)
- Biomedical topics (diseases, mechanisms, methodology) that interest you.
The second step is to design your individual master’s programme including courses, internships and a thesis based on those choices. As soon as you have decided on (a part of) your programme and discussed it with your mentor, you will submit a study plan to the board of examiners. During your master’s programme, you will submit several versions of this study plan, with attachments describing your internships or individual education.