MA in Biochemistry - Stockholm University
Develop your knowledge and expertise on the molecular processes of life through this two-year Master's Program in Biochemistry at Stockholm University.
The school's Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics (DBB) and the SciLifeLab has 30 research groups providing leading knowledge in cell biology, bioinformatics, biochemistry, biophysics and computational structural biology.
The biochemistry program is built around areas of internationally leading and prominent research. It covers the study of how proteins work, how they interact inside cells and what role they play in a number of diseases. During the second year you may take an elective course combined with a degree project, where you gain deeper research knowledge in a chosen field.
Applicants should have:
- A Bachelor's Degree in Natural Sciences, including at least 75 ECTS credits in Chemistry, including 15 credits in Biochemistry.
- Knowledge equivalent to Swedish upper secondary school course English B/English
Contact Stockholm University via the 'Request information' form to learn more about application details.
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On successful completion of the program, graduates will be awarded a Master of Science degree.
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Study at the Faculty of Science at Stockholm University!
Stockholm University's Faculty of Science is the largest science faculty in Sweden - ranked among the best hundred science faculties in the world on the Shanghai ranking. The faculty offers a range of high-quality science degree programs, with over 30...
Why study at Faculty of Science - Stockholm University
Scientific research includes everything from the study of the tiniest components of matter to discovery and analysis of interstellar phenomena. But there is more to it than research... Combining studies in science with studies in languages, economics or even communication, could make your competences and profile more attractive on the labour market.
Stockholm University offer students this possibility with its wide range of courses in the Social Sciences and the Humanities. Scientists and mathematicians are found in the most varied job position from financial analysts, investigators, authors, consultants, sales persons or project managers in many different fields. The wide range of courses offered, both in science and other areas as well as the opportunity to choose the direction best suited for you – with the additional possibility of later changing track, or supplementing you studies with a new topic – increase your chances of success on the job market.
Scientists and mathematicians worldwide work with the future. It can be to make more reliable weather forecasts, develop new and better drugs, improve protections for the environment or create healthier food products. In an international survey of the employability of university graduates, Stockholm University ranked highest in Sweden, second in Scandinavia and 62 worldwide.
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