How do genes regulate the development and functioning of cells, tissues and organisms? How do molecules, cells and tissues function and communicate with each other, and how are their functions studied? Studying these questions is crucial for understanding molecular and cellular mechanisms, whose disruption can contribute to the onset and progression of various diseases.
These are also key issues studied in the Master's Programme in Genetics and Molecular Biosciences. You will acquire knowledge and skills in modern genetics and molecular biosciences. You can specialise in Biochemistry and Structural Biology, Cell and Developmental Biology, Genetics and Genomics or Molecular Analytical Health Biosciences.
Find out more about the programme structure, content and courses from the link below.
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. Also the admission requirements for the programme can be found in Studyinfo.