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The study of the nervous system, our brain, and how these interact with each other and our body, neuroscience helps us to understand one of the most complex structures in the human body. Although neuroscience has existed as a scientific and medical discipline for many years, our knowledge of the neurological functions is still limited. Throughout your degree you will develop your knowledge in the key areas of neuroscience, from the basic structure of the nervous system, to how we can manipulate it to aid the treatment of neurological disease.
A country located in Scandinavia, Norway is known for being forward thinking and well developed. The country has a long and interesting history, dating all the way back to the Vikings. As well as wonderful fjords, the Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights) and other incredible scenery, Norway has a great reputation for research and follows the Bologna Process. Several of Norway's universities are consistently highly ranked in the QS World University rankings.
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