Learning Outcomes

At the end of the Master program, students are expected to:

  1. Master the foundations of modern Neuroscience, from theory to practice,
  2. Have a general and critical overview of the fields of Neuroscience, from normal functioning to brain diseases,
  3. Formulate appropriate questions and propose effective investigations to complex Neuroscience issues,
  4. Have in-depth knowledge of at least one specialized Neuroscience field, from theory to practice,
  5. Apply the basic philosophy of scientific and technical thinking and consider social and ethical issues related to scientific research, including his/her own work,
  6. Work independently as well as in team on research tasks, in an international environment,
  7. Communicate effectively on science to diverse audiences (from colleagues to the general audience) using a range of media (from research papers to public awareness workshops),
  8. Target international job offers related to Neuroscience.
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  • 5 Good Reasons to Apply

    • An up-to-date core curriculum in Neuroscience
    • Advanced scientific education and training with innovative and interdisciplinary brain research methodology
    • Training through original research aimed at the translation from bench-to-bedside and from bedside-to-bench
    • Friendly and intercultural learning environment
    • Small classes and close faculty contact
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