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The Master's Degree Programme in Human Neuroscience educate future experts to understand and measure human brain function and performance.
Do you have the brain and mind for human neuroscience?
Students of the new Master’s Degree Programme will get a deep understanding of human brain function. They will learn non-invasive imaging methods to investigate brain activation and structure as well as behavioural methods to measure human cognition and performance. The Programme gives a strong foundation to work as a human neuroscience expert in various industries requiring knowledge and skills to tackle the complex brain-behaviour issues. Graduates are expected to find jobs, for example, in drug development, in companies developing novel health and game products, and in customised
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A nationally recognized first cycle degree – normally a Bachelor’s degree – from an accredited institution of higher education which corresponds to at least 180 ECTS (European credits) or to three years of full-time study.
Your degree is in a relevant field for the Master’s degree programme that you’re applying, such as medical sciences, biomedicine, biochemistry, psychology, neuroscience, cognitive science, life sciences, biology, physics, computer science, mathematics, statistics or engineering.
Degrees in other fields may also provide a suitable background depending on the applicant’s study history and plans.
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Free for citizens of EU/EEA countries or Switzerland.
For other countries, please visit Please see the university website for further information on fees for this course. for details.
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The University of Turku is an international research university and an active academic community of nearly 24,000 students and employees. As one of the leading universities in Finland, the University of Turku offers study and research opportunities in seven faculties and seven independent units - expertise ranging from humanities to natural sciences.Read more
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