MSc in Molecular Mechanisms of Disease scholarships
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This programme was designed for high-calibre students with a background in life sciences such as Cell Biology, Molecular Medicine, Biomedical Sciences, Biochemistry, Biotechnology or Molecular biology.
For the curriculum year, 6 talented non-EER students have been selected that receive full scholarships covering all study and living costs.
These students come from Turkey, India, Ethiopia, and Zambia. For the following curriculum year, we will also select 6 non-EER students that will receive a full scholarship.
Candidates for the MMD scholarship can also apply for HFP or NFP fellowships (deadlines 1 February and 1 March respectively).
The Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre has provided 3 PhD grants for the best projects written by Molecular Mechanisms of Disease (MMD) or Biomedical Science (BMS) students that started their masters.
Students who want to apply for (almost) full scholarships such as HSP, NFP and MMD Study Fund should send in their application.
You have a BSc honours degree (or equivalent) and a strong motivation to pursue a career in research related to the molecular mechanisms of disease.
At least two months of hands-on practical experience is very important.
If your degree is similar to, or one of the subjects listed above and you are among the top of your BSc class, then we have a challenging programme that will meet or exceed your expectations.
A fluent active and passive command of English is essential.
For more information and application, visit: MSc in Molecular Mechanisms of Disease scholarships Website
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