In addition to the regular curriculum, we offer:
- Academic writing (workshop plus individual sessions from a native English speaker) to support you with your Master's thesis
- a LaTeX programming course where you can learn how to write a Master's thesis with a nice layout
- a career day organized by students for students
- an active student body
- hands-on research and the opportunity to find a student job in the labs of the department
- 400 Euros individual mobility allowance to attend a conference, summer school or to do your (research) internship abroad (more information available via the programme coordinator Kerstin Bleichner)
- the opportunity to go abroad for an internship or courses. If you want to go to Marseille in France, you might even get well paid!
- ERASMUS+ cooperations for studying abroad with a number of renowned European universities. Places are limited and currently granted based on the date of application.
- membership in the Network of European Neuroscience Schools (NENS) with lots of advantages for students: mobility grants for internships in other labs, travel grants to conferences, slots in neuroscience courses, and schools, etc.