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Masters Degrees (Computational Neuroscience)

We have 36 Masters Degrees (Computational Neuroscience)

Computational Neuroscience is a branch of Neuroscience that uses mathematical models and computer simulations to understand how the brain works.

Postgraduates studying a Masters in Computational Neuroscience will gain an ability to use various computational methods to analyse and model neural data, as well as an understanding of how to interpret and use neural data to understand brain function.

You’ll discover how to use mathematical and computational methods to model and simulate neural systems, along with how to interpret data from neural recordings and brain imaging.

You’ll also learn how to communicate your findings to both scientific and non-scientific audiences.

The technical nature of these programmes mean that many such Masters will involve hands-on laboratory work as well as the use of state-of-the-art equipment.

In terms of entry requirements, you’ll usually need to have an undergraduate background in a related discipline, such as Psychology, Computer Science or Biology.

Why study a Masters in Computational Neuroscience?

This interdisciplinary field is constantly growing and evolving, as researchers strive to develop new and more efficient ways to model and simulate the brain. A Masters in Computational Neuroscience will provide students with the latest knowledge and techniques in this field, preparing them for a career in research or academia.

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