The Master's programme in Medical Natural Sciences is a unique opportunity for students who want to combine scientific subjects with practical application. It's a two-year programme. You can choose from four different areas: Medical Physics, Medical Physiology, Molecular Clinical Diagnostics and Physics of Life. Each specialization has its own specific focus within the medical world. Medical Physics focuses on the technological issues behind modern medical instrumentation. Medical Physiology examines clinical approaches to the treatment of life-threatening diseases. Molecular Clinical Diagnostics studies the role of biomarkers in clinical chemistry, while Physics of Life explores fundamental physical and chemical phenomena that are relevant to a better understanding of living organisms. Each of the four specializations mentioned above consist of compulsory introductory and advanced subjects, optional subjects, research training and colloquium/literature thesis. A Master's degree in Medical Natural Sciences means you will be able to work in clinics, medical research institutes or for biomedical and pharmaceutical companies.
literature study, colloquium, oral presentation, internship, research, excursion, tutorial, lecture, group assignment, poster presentation, individual assignment, practicum, self study, project
Erasmus Mundus program: This is an Erasmus Mundus program.