Master Applied Sciences by Research (Full-time, Part-time) - Máster en Ciencias Aplicadas a la Investigación
1. A completed Bachelor´s degree in Molecular Life Sciences or related area
In order to get admission to this Master’s you will need a completed Bachelor’s degree in Molecular Life Sciences. This degree must have an adequate multidisciplinary basis in especially Chemistry and Biology and some Physics and Mathematics (as evaluated by the Examination Board).
2. A proficiency in English
•TOEFL score of ≥575 (paper based) or ≥232 (computer based) or ≥90 (internet based)
•IELTS score of ≥6.5
•Cambridge Certificate of Advanced English (CAE) or Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE), with a mark of C or higher
3. A background in research methodology
The programme is based on research, because Radboud is an academic university and involved in many international research projects. Therefore, it is require a basic research training.
In the Master’s programme Molecular Life Science you will be working at the interface of chemistry, biology and medical science. You will not only explore the basic principles of molecules and cells, but also their role in health and disease. This combination of scientific topics translated into medical implications and solutions is unique in the Netherlands. It’s possible to choose a specialisation in Chemistry or in Medical Biology: Chemistry for Life; Clinical Biology; Medical Epigenomics; Neuroscience; Science in Society; Science, Management and Innovation; or Functional Genomics.
The Master´s programme in Molecular Life Science is closely associated with chemistry and medical biology. You can choose a specialisation in Chemistry or in Medical Biology:
•Chemistry for Life
•Science in Society
•Science, Management and Innovation
Most graduates go on to do a PhD in Nijmegen, at another Dutch university or abroad. Each year our research institutes have a number of PhD vacancies. Some find a job as a researcher or manager in the pharmaceutical industry, in the private commercial sector or in research organisations.