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Master's Programme in Molecular Life Sciences, 120 hp

Stockolm university

Molecular life sciences aims to understand the structure, function and regulation of biological systems at molecular, cell and
organism levels. The subject is broad and many different fields interact. Molecular life sciences is characterised by very rapidly
growing need to gather knowledge, extensive technological advances, and the establishment of new subdisciplines. This
means that our understanding of living organisms is rapidly increasing, and that we in this way can obtain powerful new tools
for applications in biotechnology and biopharmacology. A Masters degree in Molecular Life Sciences opens a broad spectrum of
career opportunities both within and outside of the academic sphere. Important parts of industry and society require deep
knowledge within molecular life sciences, from biomedical research and pharmaceuticals development to the effect of the
environment on biological systems, quality assurance of foodstuffs, and nutritional science. This programme is also, naturally,
highly appropriate for students who plan to carry out research in the exciting field of molecular life sciences.
This Masters programme offers a broad education at the front line of research in molecular life sciences. The programme is
highly flexible and can be tailored for a number of directions, selecting from a wide selection of courses within cell biology,
molecular biology, biochemistry, genetics, microbiology, developmental biology, molecular physiology, neurobiology and
immunology. You will also carry out a degree project at one of the departments collaborating in the programme: Molecular
Biology and Functional Genomics, Genetics, Microbiology and Toxicology, Botany, and Cell Biology, Developmental Biology,
Immunology and Physiology at the Wenner-Gren Institute.

Spring 2011, Programme code NMLVO


Appl.code: SU-56751
Application: Anmlan sker p studera.nu

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Special eligibility Kunskaper motsvarande kandidatexamen, dr minst 120 hgskolepong i


requirements : molekylrbiologi, varav minst 30 hgskolepong kemi, ingr.
Selection: According to the quantity and quality of previous academic studies including
its relevance for the programme, and a letter of intent and/or research plan. A
written entrance test may be given.
Periodization: Period 1 - starts during the first half of the semester
Form of studies: Normal
Hours of tuition: Daytime
Rate of studies: 100 %
Language: English.
Place of studies: Stockholm
Additional Application by 1 August for international applicants.
information:
Spring 2011, Programme code NMLVO
Appl.code: SU-56752

Special eligibility Kunskaper motsvarande kandidatexamen, dr minst 120 hgskolepong i


requirements : molekylrbiologi, varav minst 30 hgskolepong kemi, ingr.
Selection: According to the quantity and quality of previous academic studies including
its relevance for the programme, and a letter of intent and/or research plan. A
written entrance test may be given.
Periodization: Period 1 - starts during the first half of the semester
Form of studies: Normal
Hours of tuition: Daytime
Rate of studies: 100 %
Language: English.
Place of studies: Stockholm