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Biomedical sciences have experienced a spectacular evolution during the past decades, and the laboratories at KU Leuven and University Hospital Gasthuisberg have delivered deliver cutting edge work in the field of disease management, prevention, and the development of new therapies. Understanding the human body in its healthy and diseased state is an early stepping-stone to evolving new tools for improving longevity and quality of life.
What is the programme all about?
The Master of Biomedical Sciences (Leuven) programme provides exceptional preparation for researchers, and those seeking an optimal scientific biomedical background in order to work or teach in the critical areas of human disease and health.
Biomedical scientists will be expertly prepared for a career of exciting scientific research in academic or pharmaceutical laboratories dedicated to improving knowledge of human health, and finding prevention strategies and cures for diseases.
The individually tailored curriculum allows you to focus on the areas you want to explore in greater depth. You will be taught by biomedical and clinical researchers active in the field, keeping you closely involved and up-to-date with the latest developments.
Graduates of this Master’s programme will be fully equipped to solve critical biomedical challenges, whether it be as part of a group or individually.
Notes about fees for this course
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For more information on admission requirements, please visit the programme website.
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