The Integrative Neuroscience programme offers a diverse curriculum including lectures, laboratory work, practical exercises, laboratory rotations, and independent research. The different stages and components of the programme are explained below. You can view course lists by clicking on the icons below.
The first two semesters provide a broad foundation in molecular, cellular, systems, and theoretical neuroscience. In addition to basic courses, which are required, students may choose to take part in tutorials designed to fill any gaps in their biology, physics, or mathematics background.
In the third semester, more advanced courses provide further training in areas the student is considering for specialization
Laboratory rotations are an important part of the programme. All students carry out three laboratory rotations of four weeks duration over the first three semesters. This exposes students to different approaches to neuroscience research and helps students in choosing an appropriate laboratory for their thesis work.
In the fourth semester, students who do not wish to pursue doctoral studies will select a topic and advisor for their master thesis. Their master thesis research will occupy most of the fourth (and possibly the fifth) semester.
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