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Through its innovative approaches to mentoring, Mod4NeuCog aims to foster natural curiosity and autonomy in students. The goal is to develop active researchers at the interface of applied mathematics and cognitive sciences.
Graduates will have acquired the basic knowledge in mathematics, statistics, computer science, biology and cognitive science needed to model neurocognitive systems.
Moreover, students will have been able to specialise in a domain of interest thanks to the projects conducted in UCA laboratories. All these laboratories are members of the [email protected] core program "Cognitive systems, normality and pathology of the human brain, computationnal neuroscience". The areas of specialisation include medecine, mathematics, linguistics, physics, experimental
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Candidates should have a bachelor's or an equivalent degree in mathematics, computer science, biology, psychology, electrical engineering, economics or linguistics. In addition, they will have to provide evidence of their ability to follow mathematical courses at a rapid pace (preparatory classes, double degree, syllabi of previous mathematics courses and evidence of good grades in these courses, recommendation letters, etc). Students must also provide a motivation letter explaining their interest in neuroscience and cognition and briefly describing a project they would like to develop. The admission will be selective, based on the students' application materials.
Tuition fees: 4000€/year - The tuition fee may vary according to your residence status, namely if you are a resident of an EU country or of a country outside the EU. In addition, financial aid (need-based or merit-based scholarships) will be available to students.
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