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Prof. Dr. Jutta Kretzberg

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Application for Wintersemester 2024/2025

The Application for the Wintersemester 2024/2025 is now possible.

First day: May 7th, 2024

Deadline: June 15th, 2024

Application: Click here!

Master Program Neuroscience

Master Program Neuroscience


Our Master’s program Neuroscience focusses on (but is not limited to) Sensory, Behavioural, and Computational Neuroscience.

It is directed towards basic science and therefore mainly covers the nervous systems of vertebrate and invertebrate animals.

In addition to theoretical and experimental neuroscience background knowledge, students acquire transferrable skills and hands-on research experience in at least one research project prior to the Master’s thesis.

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

Four out of many distinctive characteristics:

  • International: All courses in English, semester abroad is possible
  • Science-oriented: Individual student projects in research groups
  • Interdisciplinary: Teachers & students with mixed backgrounds, joint courses with Biology, Psychology, Molecular Biomedicine and „Physics, Engineering and Medicine’.
  • Flexible: There are no mandatory courses. Students design their individual curriculum from a large range of elective modules based on their interests according to the focus topics or their combination.

Application deadline June 15th: Information details

Upcoming events

Career Day Neuroscience: June 7th 2024

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