How can personalized medicine revolutionize human health?

The aim of TRANSMED is to provide a solid basis for either academic or non-academic careers in the health sector. TRANSMED graduates are able to discuss the needs of clinical practice with both scientists and clinicians. They can apply up-to-date research methodologies and translational approaches in research design and in practice, and are able to take in consideration the relevant regulatory and ethical aspects. TRANSMED graduates can critically analyse scientific literature and discuss scientific findings to public and stakeholders.

Translational medicine aims to facilitate new therapies and medical procedures by implementing research findings in patient care, and by applying clinical data in research. This requires understanding of both science and medicine. The curriculum utilizes interactive, student-centred educational approaches. Students have direct interactions with both researchers and clinicians, which promotes their interdisciplinary communication skills. Choice of study track can be done during the first study year: options are cancer, regenerative medicine, metabolic disorders, neuroscience and psychobiology, and cross-disciplinary translational medicine. 

Basic information
Scope of studies and length 120 ECTS credits, 2 years
Degree level Master
Language English
Tuition fee per year (only non-EU/EEA citizens) 15 000 EUR
Application period Begins: 01 Dec 2021 at 08:00 (UCT+2) Ends: 05 Jan 2022 at 15:00 (UCT+2)
How to apply

The quick guide gives you a general overview of the application process and how to apply. Make sure that you meet the admission requirements, prepare your documents in advance and apply when applications are open.

Please note that there is only one intake per academic year. The online application form is open only during the application period. The admission requirements for the programme can be found in Studyinfo.