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Molecular Medicine and Innovative Treatment


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University of Groningen


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Molecular Medicine and Innovative Treatment at the University of Groningen

 

How can we make use of the immune system in order to target cancer? How does early life nutrition impact metabolic health in adulthood? How can microorganisms help fight against infectious diseases?

 

In this selective two-year master programme, research-minded students are trained to become the next generation of successful scientists in academia and private section environments. Students will be challenged with exciting cutting-edge research and methodologies and will learn how to critically read the literature, design novel research questions, translate hypotheses into testable research plans, and write scientific essays.

 

As a student you can focus on your interests and ambitions by participating in one of the following specializations after the first semester:

  •     Oncology
  •     Neuroscience
  •     Infection and Immunity
  •     Nutrition and Metabolism
  •     Systems Medicine
  •     Drug Innovation

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Molecular Medicine and Innovative Treatment at the University of Groningen

 

Embedded in both the University Medical Center Groningen and the Groningen Research Institute of Pharmacy, MMIT offers excellent facilities for (pharmaco)genomics, proteomics and in vivo(animal) and in vitro(cell) imaging. This direct interplay of the clinical, medical, and pharmaceutical sciences is what makes MMIT unique as well as the possibility to choose a specialization after the first semester. At the end of the second year, you will write and defend your own research proposal.

 

Courses: 

  • Extension Research Project I or Elective course (5 EC)
  • Introduction to Research Project I (2 EC)
  • Research Project I (30 EC)
  • Topclass I: Mechanisms of disease and innovative therapies (11 EC)
  • Topclass II: Experimental techniques in research (9 EC)
  • Topclass III: Fit for Practice (3 EC)
  • Elective courses (10 EC)
  • Extension Research Project II or Elective course (5 EC)
  • Introduction to Research Project II (2 EC)
  • Research project II (30 EC)
  • Topclass IV: Design of research projects (5 EC)
  • Topclass V: Writing and defining your own PhD proposal (8 EC)

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Molecular Medicine and Innovative Treatment at the University of Groningen

 

Upon completion of this programme you are fully prepared to become a successful scientist. Most graduates continue with PhD research. In fact, you will have the opportunity to obtain a PhD scholarship at the University Medical Center Groningen. Others find a PhD position at other prestigious universities or start to work as a scientist in industry or the private sector.


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Molecular Medicine and Innovative Treatment at the University of Groningen

 

Previous Education: Bachelor's degree in the fields of biology, pharmacy, life science and technology or (bio)medical sciences.
One letter of recommendation from an academic must be submitted.


To prove your English proficiency, the following certificates (not older than two years) are recognized: IELTS overall band 6.5, no less than 6.0 on each section; TOEFL paper based 580, no less than 55 on each section; TOEFL computer based 237, no less than 21 on each section; TOEFL internet based 92, no less than 21 on each section; Cambridge English: Cambridge certificate C1 Advanced or C2 Proficiency (formerly known as CAE/CPE); University of Groningen LCET: Minimum section scores C2 or C1 (one B2 allowed); International Baccalaureate with English as the medium of instruction

 

After you complete your application, the selection committee will assess whether your educational/academic background meets the specific programme requirements. If so, students are required to submit a letter of motivation and one letter of recommendation from an academic. After evaluating these documents, the selection committee decides whether a student is invited for an interview, during which students will be asked to explain their motivation, present their BSc thesis, and present a scientific paper.

The application deadline for starting on 1 September is 1 May of the same year.


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Molecular Medicine and Innovative Treatment at the University of Groningen

 

Students are encouraged to perform their second research proposal abroad, further enhancing their international experience.
Previously students have done this at:

  •     Children's Hospital Boston
  •     Harvard Stem Cell Institute
  •     Institute of Pharmaceutical Science, King's College London
  •     J.W. Goethe University Hospital, Frankfurt am Main
  •     KU Leuven
  •     Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
  •     University Hospital Freiburg
  •     University of Cambridge
  •     University of Colorado
  •     University of Oxford

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Institution

University of Groningen


Location: University of Groningen Broerstraat 5
9712CP Groningen
Niederlande
Groningen
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Facts about the Masters programme

Location

Groningen

Field of study

Medicine & Health Sciences, Science & Mathematics

Degree

MSc in Molecular Medicine and Innovative Treatment

Language

English

Start

winter semester

Application deadline

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Type of study

Full-time

Duration of study: 24 months

Tuition fees EU: 2168 EUR / year

Tuition fees Non EU: 18500 EUR / year

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Facts about the Masters programme

Location

Groningen

Field of study

Medicine & Health Sciences, Science & Mathematics

Degree

MSc in Molecular Medicine and Innovative Treatment

Language

English

Start

winter semester

Application deadline

ask the institution

Type of study

Full-time

Duration of study: 24 months

Tuition fees EU: 2168 EUR / year

Tuition fees Non EU: 18500 EUR / year

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