Master of Science in Bioinformatics (Engineering)

Bioinformatics aims at gaining a better and preferentially more quantitative molecular understanding of cellular processes by integrating and modeling high throughput molecular data (omics data). This requires the use and development of state of the art techniques for storing, retrieving, organising, analysing and interpreting biological data.

Master's Programme
2 year 120 credits
Faculty of Sciences
Faculty of Bioscience Engineering
Faculty of Engineering and Architecture
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Each spring (end of March) there is a Graduation Fair organised by Ghent University Association. It consists of a job fair (with more than 200 different companies), but there is also a Master Fair, with a complete overview of all further educational opportunities within Ghent University Association.