MA in Molecular Life Sciences - Stockholm University
This intensive Molecular Life Sciences program will help you understand the structure, function and regulation of biological systems from the molecular to the organismal level. Over the course of two-years, you will explore this rapidly growing field at the very frontier of research.
Key program highlights
- Customize your education to your own needs and interests
- Learn in an internationally recognised research environment
- Strong laboratory and experimental focus
On completion of the program you will have the essential scientific knowledge and laboratory skills needed to work as an independent scientist - and contribute to meeting the future challenges of our society.
Applicants should have:
- A Bachelor's degree or equivalent.
- A solid background in molecular biology, including chemistry. Specifically the equivalent to minimum 30 credits of chemistry of which at least 7.5 within biochemistry.
- English 6/English course B: this is equivalent to an overall IELTS score of 6.5 or a TOEFL score of 90.
Contact Stockholm University via the 'Request information' form to learn more about application details.
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Contact Stockholm University to learn more about fees for this program.
On successful completion of the program, graduates will be awarded a Master of Science degree.
About this institute
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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