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Biomedicine in Netherlands

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Studying Biomedicine

Biomedicine is a branch of life sciences. It closes the gap between natural sciences and the clinical practise by applying principles from biology and other science disciplines. Biomedicine graduates will contribute to the diagnosis and treatment of disease, by working in academic research, or the pharmaceutical industry.

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Studying in Netherlands

The Netherlands (also known as Holland) was the first non-English-speaking country to offer degrees in English. Therefore, various programmes are taught in English and are very internationally oriented.

25 Biomedicine Master's degrees in Netherlands

M.Sc. Bio Inspired Innovation

The Master of Science in Bio Inspired Innovation at Utrecht University teaches students to take inspiration from concepts found in biology and use them in the development of new and innovative technological creations. The Master’s degree focuses on solving society’s issues by finding inspiration in nature. The courses include ecological performance indicators, biomimicry design cycle, and more.

Graduate School of Life Sciences
M.Sc. Epidemiology

In the Epidemiology programme offered by Utrecht University you will learn to operate as an epidemiologist and clinical researcher.

Graduate School of Life Sciences
M.Sc. Epidemiology Postgraduate Online

Looking for a postgraduate programme that focuses on competencies that you need as an epidemiologist? The Epidemiology Postgraduate Online programme at Utrecht University is a globally oriented programme with a focus on research towards evidence-based medicine and evidence-based public health.

Graduate School of Life Sciences
M.Sc. Epidemiology Postgraduate

In MSc Epidemiology Postgraduate and MSc Epidemiology Postgraduate Online offered by Utrecht University, you will examine the distribution and determinants of health and morbidity in specific populations.

Graduate School of Life Sciences
M.Sc. Bio-Pharmaceutical Sciences

The M.Sc. in Bio-Pharmaceutical Sciences at Leiden University covers a wide research focus on drugs and medication development. This Master’s programme offers three research specialisations in bio-therapeutics, drug discovery and systems pharmacology. Learn how to combine theories and practices from chemistry, biology, physics and mathematics to create new medical treatments.

Faculty of Natural Sciences, Mathematics and Computer Science
M.Sc. Medical Biology

The Master’s programme in Medical Biology starts with a fascination towards the human system. It focuses strongly on molecular and cellular life processes at the cutting edge of fundamental biology and medical scientific research. The programme is unique because it is a combination of fundamental research and the translation of its findings into clinical applications. There are five Master's specialisations: Clinical Biology, Medical Epigenomics, Neuroscience, Science in Society and Science, Management and Innovation.

Faculty of Science
M.Sc. Biomedical Sciences

Biomedical sciences is a broad field ranging from infectious diseases to toxicology, from epidemiology to immunology, and from medical neuroscience to cancer. The Master's in Biomedical Sciences allows you to tailor your programme to your interests while gaining a thorough understanding of the molecular, individual and population aspects of human health and disease.

Faculty of Medical Sciences
M.Sc. Biomedical Sciences Education

In the Biomedical Sciences Education specialisation you gain knowledge and skills in the area of teaching in biology. After succesfull completion of the specialisation you obtain a teaching certificate recognised by the Dutch authorities.

M.Sc. Advanced Safety Sciences

A set of 20 core courses will be made available. Course teachers will come from academia and industry throughout Europe, including Eastern Country States.

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Master IMIM - International Master in Innovative Medicine

The Erasmus+ International Master in Innovative Medicine (IMIM) is a two-year, English-taught, master of excellence, focusing on the education of tomorrow’s leading translational biomedical researchers. As a graduate you receive your degree from the Top-100 EU universities of Groningen, Heidelberg and Uppsala. We additionally provide excellence through the active involvement of the private sector and four of Latin America's principal universities in Brazil, Chile, Colombia and Mexico.

M.Sc. Human Biology

Human Biology is the only specialisation in the Netherlands that combines fundamental human biology with clinical studies. It provides you with an extensive biological knowledge, and experience in working with animal and patient samples. In this way you’ll be trained to bridge the gap between early biomedical research results and clinical practice.

Faculty of Science
M.Sc. Regenerative Medicine and Technology

In cooperation with the Faculty of Medicine of Utrecht University, we have developed a Special Master’s track, named Regenerative Medicine and Technology (RMT). This Special Master’s track, which started in September 2012, aims to educate the next generation of scientists and engineers in regenerative medicine and technology. The programme is offered by Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e).

Special Masters
M.Sc. From Cells to Organisms

This research-oriented master specialisation offers students the unique possibility to integrate molecular, cellular and organismal levels of research, but also provides the possibility to specialize in one of these levels. 

M.Sc. Biomedical Sciences

The programme strives to familiarise master’s students with the principles of the scientific method: how new scientific knowledge is obtained in basic and applied research areas, and how this novel insight is used to the benefit of patients. Theoretical courses are taught by professionals from both the laboratory and the clinic.

M.Sc. BioTherapeutics

The Master’s specialisation in BioTherapeutics offers research-orientated education into the development of new therapeutic approaches to treat immune-based disorders, such as atherosclerosis, metabolic disorders and inflammatory skin diseases.