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Master Program Neuroscience

Master Program Neuroscience

Currently planned time slots of the winter term modules

Read the Program Overview or the detailed Curriculum to get to know the Master Neuroscience study content.


Dear new neuroscience students,

Welcome to the Master‘s Program Neuroscience at the University of Oldenburg! We are very excited to meet you and look forward to our hybrid orientation week starting from the 11th of October!
There are some organizational things to do first

1. Click on the following link to fill out a questionnaire about your presence (on campus or online) at orientation week and your availability for the individual session with our study coordinator Prof. Dr. Jutta Kretzberg (

2. Look at the final schedule of the orientation week and the current corona regulations

3. You will find much more information on the Master‘s Program Neuroscience, the orientation week and all modules offered in the winter semester in our Stud.IP information group (

We are looking forward to a nice orientation week! Please make sure to stick to the so-called 3G-covid-regulation when you enter the campus (see the document attached). Otherwise a visit on the campus won‘t be possible. 

If you face any difficulties or have questions, please write us a mail to 

See you soon!
Student Body Neuroscience & Prof. Dr. Jutta Kretzberg

Orientation week 2021


Campus plan

Corona regulations

Due to the current travel restrictions during the corona crisis, new students will be allowed to start their studies as online courses from their home countries until they are able to move to Oldenburg. However, it is strongly recommended to move to Oldenburg as soon as possible to be able to join also classroom and practical courses.

Four out of many distinctive characteristics of our Master Program Neuroscience:

  • International: All courses in English, semester abroad is possible
  • Focus: Sensory Systems
  • Science-oriented: Individual student projects in research groups
  • Interdisciplinary: Teachers & students with mixed backgrounds, joint courses with Biology & Psychology                           




(Changed: 2021-10-20)