University of Göttingen
Neurasmus: a European Master in Neuroscience [Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Program]
- Winter semester
- directly at the University
- Study mode:
- On campus
- Registration Fee & Tuition Information:
- Tuition fees: For partner country students: 4,500 € per semester (18,000 € for the 2 year-program). For program country students: 2,250 € per semester (9,000 € for the 2 year-program).
Bachelor's degree in biology, pharmacy, biochemistry, biomedical sciences, medical studies or psychology. Interest in the field of Neuroscience has to be provided by candidates with a Bachelor's degree in another subject (chemistry, physics, computer science).
Required ECTS credits: 180.
A solid basic knowledge ingeneral cell biology, as well as the basics of chemistry and biochemistry, physics and math is required.
Outstanding grades and/or other study results.
The following certificates are recognised as proof of your language proficience.
Specification: With no score below 6.
Specification: Grades B/C.
Specification: Grades B/C.
Application & Admission
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(starting in October)
Application Procedure & Selection
All candidates (applying for a scholarship or under a self-funded scheme) must fill in the online application form and submitt it by the given deadlines with the following attachments:
- A recent photo (passport type).
- A copy of national ID (program country candidates) or passport (partner country candidates). Page(s) showing identification n°, photo, holder's name, citizenship and date of birth, date of issue and date of expiration, signature.
- A strongly convincing letter of motivation: No more than 1000 words. The motivation letter must include the following information:
- Reasons for choosing Neurosciences.
- Reasons for choosing the Neurasmus Track indicated as 1st choice in the application form (see Track descriptions here).
- A Europass Curriculum Vitae 'CV'. Download template here.
- A recent English Certificate (see language requirements). In case the exam takes place after the Neurasmus application deadline, you need to provide a Proof of registration to the exam by the deadline, and you will have to transmit the exam results by January 1st, the latest.
- A copy of the bachelor degree or Graduation certificate translated in English. In case you are not graduated yet, please provide an official enrolment certificate.
- All previous academic transcripts translated in English. Should include all grades obtained during the 3-4 years of bachelor and information about the grading scale.
- Proof of place of residence at the moment of application. Proof of residence consists of one of the following:
- A residence certificate issued in accordance with the candidate's municipality normal registration rules.
- A certificate from the candidate's place of work, study or training issued by the employer or institution in question.
Nota Bene: Both documents must have been issued within 12 months before the submission deadline of applying for an EMJMD student scholarship, i.e. the consortium's official deadline for student application.
- 2 recommendation letters by two academics and/or professional bodies. No more than two pages per reference letter, written in English, including the referees signature, presenting on institutional headed paper and bearing an institutional stamp/seal.
- Optional: GRE certificate(Graduate Record Examinations).
- Optional: Financial resources declaration. In case you intend to apply as a self-funded, please fill out a statement of financial resources (in Euro) provided at the course page, to prove that you have sufficient financial support demonstrating your ability to pay the living expenses.
For more information please check theCourse Website