As a biomedical master student you have the opportunity to follow courses (1st master 1st semester), to perform your internship (1st master - 1st semester) or your master’s dissertation (2nd master - 2nd semester) at one of our partner universities abroad (Coimbra, Zurich, Dublin, Varese, Sassari, Paris ...).
Because all courses of the master in Biomedical Sciences are offered in English (part of) the programme can be taken up by exchange students from other international universities.
Research in the field of biomedical sciences will remain very important due to the major social relevance for healthcare. A biomedical researcher will be able to contribute to the understanding of the mechanism of diseases and will be able to improve the molecular diagnostic techniques of clinical treatments. Personalized medicine will gradually gain importance and the professional future in biomedical research looks promising.
If you are looking for a job as a biomedical researcher, you have different options. You can choose for an academic research environment by starting a PhD at an university or you aim at working in research-oriented companies or in a university hospital. There are also opportunities of working in pharmaceutical or biotechnology companies or in research institutions run by the government. Finally, jobs in the public health, environmental, food industry and bio-informatics sector are an option for masters in biomedical sciences.