Students who pursue a Master generally spend one to two years in the enhanced study of their chosen field. This program is taken after receiving a bachelor’s degree, and available areas of study include science, law, technology, finance, social sciences and the arts.
Masters of Science in the Flanders in Belgium
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The Master in Biomedical Sciences: Infectious and Tropical Diseases offers you the opportunity to combine courses of different disciplines and research projects in leading lab ... +
Our interdisciplinary Master of Bioscience Engineering: Human Health Engineering program (HHE) is dedicated to training the next generation of experts in human health engineer ... +
Today, there is a growing, global industry developing novel technologies to further advance modern health care. KU Leuven's Advanced Master of Innovative Health Technology ena ... +
The course aims to provide its graduates with a specialization in all areas of osteopathy and to guarantee that the occupational qualification is further developed at a higher ... +
This master programme teaches you the fundamental principles of neuroscience and trains you to perform neuroscience research as part of a multidisciplinary team.
This Master’s programme is unique in Flanders. It will give you knowledge, skills and competences to design and conduct independent epidemiological research addressing questio ... +
LIVE is a two-year programme for talented and motivated students interested in multidisciplinary studies in Vaccinology. It is a joint project between five European universiti ... +
The main objective of KU Leuven's Advanced Master of Science in Bioethics (MBIO) is to train highly qualified students for research work or professional activities in the doma ... +
Technology in contemporary medicine has evolved to where computers and other high-tech devices are essential in hospitals, rehabilitation centers, and private medical practice ... +
Every day we are faced with important global health challenges of the 21st century, such as chronic diseases, mental illnesses, an aging population, the health consequences of ... +