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MSc Medicine


Course Description

The Master's programme in Medicine consists of a series of internships and a researchproject in different hospital departments and other medical institutes. After completing this programme, you will receive your medical degree and start your training to become a medical specialist, like a paediatrician or a surgeon.

To be admitted to the Master's programme in Medicine you need a Bachelor's degree in Medicine attained at the University of Groningen.

The Master's programme in Medicine consists of a series of internships and a researchproject in different hospital departments and other medical institutes.

The first year of the Master consists of 4 internships. The internships take place in the UMCG and Martini hospital in Groningen or partly in one of the satellite hospitals in Assen, Delfzijl, Stadskanaal or Winschoten.These internships each last 10 weeks, divided in a 5 week training in the clinical training center of the UMCG and a 5 week internship in one of the hospitals mentioned.Year 2 of the Master consists of 10 to 12 internships, which take place in a hospital in the North of the Netherlands, Oldenburg (Germany) or Curaçao.Jaar 3 of the Master is the year of specialization. You will do an internship of 20 weeks in a discipline and in a hospital of your choice and a research project which will also last 20 weeks.

Job perspectives

After receiving your Master's degree you can continue your work in the hospital to become a medical specialist, like a paediatrician or a surgeon. You can also work outside the hospital and train to become a general practitioner or psychiatrist, for example. In addition, you can carry out scientific research and study topics like congenital anomalies and aids. Other career possibilities are working as a teacher or as a policy advisor in a hospital or for the government.

Visit the MSc Medicine page on the University of Groningen website for more details!

Entry Requirements

To be admitted to the Master's programme in Medicine you need a Bachelor's degree in Medicine attained at the University of Groningen.

Course Fees

2015/16 EU/EEA: €1951 (Full-time); non-EU/EEA: €32000 (Full-time)


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