Program factsheet

  • Cooperation: 
    • France, Italy, Poland, Spain, Sweden.
    • Egypt, Lebanon, Morocco, Tunisia.
  • Admission requirements: Hold a Bachelor in Life Science or three years study/180 ECTS equivalent in the field of Biomedical Science.
  • Program duration: 2 years (4 semesters, 120 ECTS).
  • Language requirements: Courses are taught in English and/or French. Candidates should have a B1 level of English or equivalent.
  • Level: International Master degree.
  • Tuition fees: Annual tuition fees for EU/non EU students are according to the student’s home university.

Program outline

This Euro-Mediterranean Master program, specialized in Neurobiology and Biotechnology, follows the European system of postgraduate studies with equivalent credit value. The courses and evaluation procedure are identical within all partner universities. 

High-level, innovative and interdisciplinary training in Neuroscience is conducted with students studying theoretical concepts together with a broad range of experimental methods used in biotechnology and biomedicine. Individual projects in neuroscience and biotechnology are carried out, requiring the elaboration and communication of scientific data and concepts. Students will also master the competencies necessary to implement modern techniques and manage complex, experimental set-ups. 

Teaching follows standards of excellence and is provided by international experts of the consortium. This consortium offers a large variety of top-level research labs for student training. In addition, consortium partners extend this offer with opportunities in their laboratories. Throughout their study and training, students develop connections and network across Europe and the Mediterranean region.

Program structure

Semester 1 and 2: 
Acquisition of general concepts

Semester 3: 
Societal implications of Neuroscience
Economy & Bioethics

Cellular Neurobiology

Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience

Functional Neuroanatomy

Integrative and System Biology

Neural Basis of Cognition

Medical Neuroscience and Neuroimaging

Mechanisms of Neurological Diseases

Neuropharmacology

Developmental Neurobiology

Bioinformatics and Biotechnology

Language and Communication

Semester 4: 

Practical training in an academic lab or a private company. Students may benefit from the consortium network in Europe and the Mediterranean region. Outside the EMN-Online consortium members, hosting labs are located in many countries worldwide including Germany, USA, Canada, Brazil, Australia, etc.

How to apply?

The application procedure starts as of March and is processed via the Apoflux system. Candidates should send their files to:

Updated on 09/11/2016

Contact

Prof. Marc Landry
Program Coordinator

For more information

Erasmus+ / IdEx

The Master program is supported by an Erasmus+ European grant within the Strategic Partnership program (Neuronline project) as well as a grant from the Bordeaux Initiative of Excellence.