The programme is designed for students who want to work in neurosciences, including in hospitals and academia.
Focuses of the required modules:
The Master of Science in Neuroscience is designed to meet the needs of students with a Bachelor of Science in Medicine or Psychology, or an equivalent degree, who are looking for a career related to neuroscience in national and international research and/or teaching institutions, hospitals or academia. It can lead to a doctorate in neuroscience from the University of Lausanne (Lemanic Neuroscience Doctoral School) as well as further training at associate faculties, upon completion of prerequisites required by the given faculty.
500 CHF / semester
During the online application process, applicants with a foreign degree will be charged an administrative fee of 65 CHF, to be deducted from the first-semester tuition fees.
1.5 years:3 semesters (max. 5 semesters)
Interdisciplinary Master of Science in Neuroscience
Required courses and electives, 30 credits
Research project, 60 credits
Level of French required
No French proficiency test required for non-Francophones
A Bachelor of Science in Medicine or Psychology, or an equivalent degree.
No work experience is required.
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