The Master's programme in General Biology covers everything from the molecular mechanisms of a virus to the population dynamics of African elephants. This programme is designed for students who want to become specialists with a broad orientation who do not restrict their focus to one subject in the field of biology.
The Master's programme in General Biology offers you the opportunity to select one of three specialisations in research, applications in society or teaching and communication. The programme consists primarily of research lab courses in which students work with scientists on their current research in the University's Biology Department or at one of the research institutes associated with the programme, such as the Sanquin Blood Supply Foundation Laboratory, the Netherlands Cancer Institute or the Dutch Institute for Ecological Research. Accreditation and degree
General Biology is a track of the Master's programme in Biological Sciences. The Master's programme in Biological Sciences has been legally accredited by the Accreditation Organisation of the Netherlands and Flanders (NVAO). This means that upon successful completion of the programme, students will receive a legally accredited Master's degree in Biological Sciences and the title of Master of Science (MSc).
Applicants for the Master's General Biology must hold a Dutch Bachelor of Science degree or its equivalent in either Biology or Medical Biology.
Recipient: University of Amsterdam
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