About this program
Master in Biomedical Research
The aim of the Master of Science in Biomedical Research is to improve the multidisciplinary nature of biomedical research and to provide specific and highly-qualified education so that graduates can handle the current challenges posed by research in biomedicine, biotechnology and health.
The master is inter-faculty, clearly spotlighting the translational nature of biomedical research and its application to a wide range of fields. The University Schools of Sciences,Pharmacy and Medicine, the Applied Medical Research Centre (CIMA), the Nutrition Research Centre and the University of Navarra Clinic all participate in the degree programme.
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The master is organised into four modules, with four specialities defined by the lines of research of the departments and universities that are involved::
- Specialty in Cancer
- Specialty in Translational Research
- Specialty in Neuroscience and Cognition
- Specialty in Regenerative Medicine
Scholarships & funding
The University Assistance Service offers all students information and advice on scholarships and financial aid, as well as other financing methods for university studies.Through this service, the University of Navarra wants to ensure that no-one with study skills and aptitudes is unable to study for an undergraduate or postgraduate degree for financial reasons.
Students at the University of Navarra can apply for calls for public grants, as well as grants and assistance offered at the university.
The University of Navarra is recognised both nationally and internationally for the employability of its students. Numerous rankings prove this, where the most relevant merits special mention: in the Global Employability University Ranking (2017), the University of Navarra ranked number 1 in Spain and 61st in the world.
Since it started, students of the Master of Science in Biomedical Research have embarked on their professional and/or research careers with extremely solid and well-rounded educations.With some 200 graduates since the 2007-2008 academic year, the main jobs and professional fields open to them include biomedical research (in fields such as cancer, neurosciences, regenerative medicine and advanced therapies, translational research, etc.), doctorate degrees and industry work (R&D laboratories, biotech and pharmaceutical companies).
About this institute
University of Navarra
The Universidad de Navarra, established in 1952 by St. Josemaria Escriva de Balaguer, founder of Opus Dei, an institution of the Catholic Church which teaches that work and the day-to-day activities of all men and women form a fundamental part...
Why study at Universidad de Navarra
- #3 Times Higher Education Europe Teaching Ranking 2019
- #1 QS Employability Ranking (Spain)
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