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Bachelor's Programme in Game Design and Project Management

Programme duration: 3 years (180 ECTS credits)

University: Uppsala University

Programme website: Bachelor's Programme in Game Design and Project Management

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The Bachelor Programme in Game Design and Project Management provides skills in developing games for commercial production, as well as a deeper understanding of how games work and how they affect us.

The programme mixes practical game development and theoretical courses within game design and a minor subject of your own choice. Throughout the programme we explore theories and methods in game design, game development and game analysis. Game developers need good communicative skills both to communicate with their team and to shape the experience that the game will provide. To reflect this, the programme provides training in expression through text, imagery and games, as well as verbal communication.

As a project manager, you will acquire skills and knowledge to plan and lead game production projects from inception to release. This includes group dynamics, planning and game specific production methodology. The programme also trains practical production with other disciplines through project courses.

The programme is taught entirely in English and leads to a Bachelor of Arts with Game Design as the main field of study.

The Bachelor Programme in Game Design and Project Management has a good reputation internationally thanks to the high level of students' productions. Professionals and academics are invited to come to share their experience and knowledge during recurring events. This provides students plenty of opportunities to build a contact network. Past students have a track record of winning prizes at the Swedish Game Awards, the largest Nordic competition for independent developers.

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Bachelor's Programme in Game Design and Programming

Programme duration: 3 years (180 ECTS credits)

University: Uppsala University

Programme website: Bachelor's Programme in Game Design and Programming

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The Bachelor Programme in Game Design and Programming gives you the tools to work with the game medium on a professional level and to develop new experiences within the field. The programme specialises in the technical aspects of game development. Former graduates have started their own studios and work at some of the world's best known game companies. The programme is given at Campus Gotland, an environment characterised by the close proximity between professors and students.

The Bachelor Programme in Game Design and Programming provides skills in developing games for commercial production, as well as a deeper understanding of how games work and how they affect us.

The programme mixes practical game development and theoretical courses within game design and programming. In the programme we explore theories and methods in game design, game development and game analysis. Game developers need good communicative skills both to communicate with their team and to shape the experience that the game will provide. To reflect this, the programme provides training in expression through text, imagery and games, as well as verbal communication.

As a programmer, you acquire the logic, technical skills and knowledge that are required to develop games using current and future technology. The programme also trains practical production with other disciplines through several project courses.

The programme is taught in English and leads to a Bachelor of Arts with Game Design as the main field of study.

The Bachelor Programme in Game Design and Programming has a good reputation internationally thanks to the high quality of  students' productions. Professionals and academics are invited to come to share their experience and knowledge during recurring events. This provides plenty of opportunities for students to build a contact network. Students from this programme have a track record of winning prizes at the Swedish Game Awards, the largest Nordic competition for independent developers.

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Master's Programme in Language Technology

Programme duration: 2 years (120 ECTS credits)

University: Uppsala University

Programme website: Master's Programme in Language Technology

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The Master Programme in Language Technology is intended for you who are interested in making computers perform useful and interesting tasks involving human language. You are eligible for the programme if you have a background in language technology, linguistics, language studies, and/or computer science. The aim of the programme is to prepare you for a career in the commercial language technology field, as well as for a future in the academic world, for instance, as a PhD student.

The education will give you professionally relevant training in the design, development, and assessment of language technology products and services. Applications involving language technology are more or less defining of our contemporary way of life. They include document search and filtering, automatic translation, writers' aids, business intelligence, and user profiling.

The core of language technology involves methods for automatically analysing texts with a sensitivity for their linguistic structure and content. The challenges you will find in this field lie in the richness, unpredictability, and creativity of human communication, not least in the new modes of personal expression encouraged by social media. This work will introduce you to theoretical computational linguistics. Important themes are empirical methods and data collection, statistics in modelling of linguistic phenomena, and machine learning.

The programme leads to a Master of Arts (120 credits) with Language Technology as the main field of study.

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Master's Programme in Scandinavian Studies

Programme duration: 2 years (120 ECTS credits)

University: Uppsala University

Programme website: Master's Programme in Scandinavian Studies

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The Master Programme in Scandinavian Studies is open to students with a Bachelor's degree in Humanities or Social Sciences with a degree specialisation in Scandinavian Studies. The programme opens career possibilities within the field of cultural communication, for instance as an interpreter or information officer in government administration, as well as in public organisations and international companies. The programme also opens career paths in compulsory and upper-secondary schools (language teacher), and for graduate studies.

The Master Programme in Scandinavian Studies is a cross-disciplinary programme combining studies in Literature and Scandinavian Studies. The aim is to give students the possibility to study both historical and contemporary cultural expressions, as well as similarities and differences between the Scandinavian languages, and their culture and literature.

The programme combines compulsory courses and free electives. It begins with an advanced introduction to Scandinavian language and literature, as well as a course in theory and method (oriented towards either literature or the Swedish language). The second semester includes the courses Sung, Said, Written. Scandinavian Cultural Expressions from 1600 to the Present, and Swedish 18th Century Culture from a European Perspective (alternatively Swedish 18th Century Culture from a Global Perspective). If you are doing the full two year programme, you are also offered the courses Cinematic Adaptations of Scandinavian Literature, and Academic Writing in Swedish. During the second year, you have the opportunity of taking an internship.

The Master Programme in Scandinavian Studies is a two year programme, and leads to a Master of Arts (120 credits) with Scandinavian Studies as the main field of study. You can also graduate after one year, in which case you will attain a Master of Arts (60 credits) with Scandinavian Studies as the main field of study

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Master's Programme in Early Modern History

Programme duration: 2 years (120 ECTS credits)

University: Uppsala University

Programme website: Master's Programme in Early Modern History

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The Master Programme in Early Modern History aims to provide students with a greater appreciation and understanding of the late Medieval and Early Modern world (roughly 1350-1850) along with the theoretical and research skills needed to conduct independent historical research. Looking back at this period there is much that can seem strange and repulsive to us: devastating witch crazes, judicial torture, spectacular manifestations of power and subordination, a massive expansion of slavery, ubiquitous religious fervour, war, riots and revolution. They all convey a sense of the past as a foreign country.

At the same time, the Early Modern period presents phenomena and processes that look much more familiar: emerging bureaucratic states organised around the ability to tax citizens and wage war, new consumption patterns, new poor relief systems, the birth of public spheres, and an increasingly 'global' set of convergences that include intercontinental trade, exploration, conquest and the large scale movement of people around the globe. These developments helped form the basis of modern society, which is precisely why historians often label the period 'Early Modern'.
 
The programme also aims to give you the theoretical and research skills you need to conduct your own independent historical research. While the main focus of the Master Programme in Early Modern History is European history, comparative approaches are encouraged. As part of the programme, you will gain broad knowledge of the Early Modern history of Europe and of political, economic, cultural and social developments in the region, along with some knowledge of developments in other parts of the globe.

You will acquire skills in researching and writing, and learn to analyse a wide array of primary sources, including early handwritten materials material artefacts, and online databases. You will be introduced to digital humanities approaches, and you will have access to a number of digital resources and databases, and to the rich Early Modern manuscript and book collections of the Uppsala University Library.

You have the opportunity go through an internship at one of the Swedish museums or cultural institutions or to do a research internship within one of the research projects at the department. Finally, you will complete a Master's thesis based on original historical research.

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Master's Programme in International Tax Law and EU Tax Law

Programme duration: 1 year (60 ECTS credits)

University: Uppsala University

Programme website: Master's Programme in International Tax Law and EU Tax Law

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The Master Programme in International Tax Law and EU Tax Law is a full-time, one-year programme at an advanced level. The general objective is to provide a deep understanding of major issues of international and EU tax law. The programme is given in English and opens for careers in law and accounting firms, tax authorities, ministries of finance, multinational companies, and courts.

International tax law refers to the different sources of law, whether domestic or supranational, that regulate the taxation of cross-border activities. International tax law is a very interesting, yet complex area, as international tax rules aim at achieving a delicate balance between the development of cross-border activities and the prevention of tax avoidance. This area is also subject, for the Member States of the European Union, to the law of the EU, which implies an increased complexity but also a better protection for taxpayers.

Teaching is focused on seminars where students discuss cases previously prepared in small groups of three to five students. There are also lectures and visits to the Swedish Tax Agency, law firms and/or accountancy firms.
 
The programme leads to a Master of Laws (60 credits) LLM with Legal Science as the main field
of study.

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Master's Programme in Intellectual Property Law

Programme duration: 1 year (60 ECTS credits)

University: Uppsala University

Programme website: Master's Programme in Intellectual Property Law

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The Master Programme in Intellectual Property Law offers law graduates the opportunity to progress into studies at an advanced level and specialise in intellectual property law - an area which is receiving increasing attention from the private and public sectors, international bodies, artists, inventors and society as a whole.

The programme is divided into three modules, during which you will study the regulation of copyright, trademarks, patents, designs, trade secrets, as well as neighbouring legal areas, such as competition law. The focus of the programme is international and European intellectual property law and the language of instruction is English. Teaching is primarily tutorial-based, allowing you to actively engage with teachers, most of whom are researchers at the Academy of Intellectual Property, Marketing and Competition Law. During the last module you will be researching a topic of your choice. The programme leads to a Master of Laws (60 credits) LLM.

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Master's Programme in Investment Treaty Arbitration

Programme duration: 1 year (60 ECTS credits)

University: Uppsala University

Programme website: Master's Programme in Investment Treaty Arbitration

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The objective of the Master Programme in Investment Treaty Arbitration is to give you advanced and detailed knowledge of international arbitration concerning disputes between investors and host States. This field has grown exponentially during the last few years and continues to do so. Lawyers with special knowledge in investment law and arbitration are needed in many different organisations, including law firms, governments, banks, large companies, the European Union and NGOs. 

The Master Programme in Investment Treaty Arbitration is a one-year full-time postgraduate programme for students with a three-year (or more) law degree. The purpose of the programme is to provide you with advanced and detailed knowledge about international investment treaty arbitration.

The programme covers 60 credits, 45 credits for course modules and 15 credits for a Master's thesis. 

After successfully completing the programme, you shall have: advanced and detailed knowledge of public international law and international investment treaty arbitration advanced and detailed knowledge of relevant arbitral jurisprudence and legal doctrine in-depth knowledge of the analytical, scientific and methodological foundations of investment treaty arbitration the ability to structure and present - orally and in written form - complex scientific problems to a well-informed audienceThe programme leads to a Master of Laws (60 credits) LLM with Legal Science as the main field of study.

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Joint Nordic Master's Programme in Environmental Law

Programme duration: 2 years (120 ECTS credits)

University: Uppsala University

Programme website: Joint Nordic Master's Programme in Environmental Law

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Internationally, within the EU and nationally, there are many laws for managing climate change and other environmental problems. Environmental law is very complex and dynamic and experts are requested both nationally and internationally. The Nordic Master Program in Environmental Law gives you a competitive degree. You will study at three Nordic universities, all with specialist competence in Environmental Law.

The teaching language is English throughout the entire programme.

The programme leads to a joint degree from the three participating universities: Master of Legal Science (120 credits) (Uppsala University), Master of Comparative and International Law (University of Eastern Finland), Master of Laws (UiT The Arctic University of Norway).

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Master's Programme in Molecular Medicine

Programme duration: 2 years (120 ECTS credits)

University: Uppsala University

Programme website: Master's Programme in Molecular Medicine

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Future health care will offer personalised medicine and will require improved translation from research to clinical medicine. A central aspect of this is the development of novel molecular technologies to predict, diagnose and treat diseases. This will demand an advanced knowledge among individuals in health care and academic research as well as in drug industry and biotechnology companies.

The Master Programme in Molecular Medicine at Uppsala University focuses on molecular mechanisms causing diseases, use and applications of new technologies in genomics/epigenomics/proteomics as well as development of prognostic, diagnostic and therapeutic tools. The strong component of cutting-edge research should also provide proficiencies suitable for further PhD studies.

First year studies offer advanced insights in molecular and cellular mechanisms causing diseases, including genetic diseases and cancer, and with special emphasis on epigenetics, as well as in methods and technologies, current clinical diagnostics and novel approaches to treatment. Students will be trained to independently analyse and interpret research results as well as in techniques for the development of new molecular diagnostics and therapy. Studies include applications and use of new sequencing technologies, data analysis with emphasis on genome analysis, epigenomics as well as current methods of proteomics, analysis of proteins and protein expression including identification of novel biomarkers for diseases.

Second year studies include diagnostic methods within molecular imaging and regenerative medicine covering novel stem cell therapies as well as other cell and immunotherapies. Use of bio-banks and ethical aspects in medical research will be discussed. During the last part of the programme, you will undertake an independent research project.

The programme is given entirely in English.

The Master Programme in Molecular Medicine leads to a Master of Medical Science with Molecular Medicine as the main field of study.

The programme provides an education intertwined with current research and most MSc graduates in Molecular medicine are also continuing with PhD studies or jobs in Life Science industry all over the world.

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Master Programme in Molecular Medicine

Programme duration: 2 years (120 ECTS credits)

University: Uppsala University

Programme website: Master Programme in Molecular Medicine

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Future health care will offer personalised medicine and will require improved translation from research to clinical medicine. A central aspect of this is the development of novel molecular technologies to predict, diagnose and treat diseases. This will demand an advanced knowledge among individuals in health care and academic research as well as in drug industry and biotechnology companies.

The Master Programme in Molecular Medicine at Uppsala University focuses on molecular mechanisms causing diseases, use and applications of new technologies in genomics/epigenomics/proteomics as well as development of prognostic, diagnostic and therapeutic tools. The strong component of cutting-edge research should also provide proficiencies suitable for further PhD studies.

First year studies offer advanced insights in molecular and cellular mechanisms causing diseases, including genetic diseases and cancer, and with special emphasis on epigenetics, as well as in methods and technologies, current clinical diagnostics and novel approaches to treatment. Students will be trained to independently analyse and interpret research results as well as in techniques for the development of new molecular diagnostics and therapy. Studies include applications and use of new sequencing technologies, data analysis with emphasis on genome analysis, epigenomics as well as current methods of proteomics, analysis of proteins and protein expression including identification of novel biomarkers for diseases.

Second year studies include diagnostic methods within molecular imaging and regenerative medicine covering novel stem cell therapies as well as other cell and immunotherapies. Use of bio-banks and ethical aspects in medical research will be discussed. During the last part of the programme, you will undertake an independent research project.

The programme is given entirely in English.

The Master Programme in Molecular Medicine leads to a Master of Medical Science with Molecular Medicine as the main field of study.

The programme provides an education intertwined with current research and most MSc graduates in Molecular medicine are also continuing with PhD studies or jobs in Life Science industry all over the world.

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Master's Programme in Biomedicine

Programme duration: 2 years (120 ECTS credits)

University: Uppsala University

Programme website: Master's Programme in Biomedicine

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The theme of the Master Programme in Biomedicine is "From the ailing body and the ailing brain to the discovery and development of new drugs". The focus is on research-oriented questions for application in academic research and in the pharmaceutical or life-science industry.

With a focus on the link between pathophysiology and drug development, and by offering opportunities for specialisation and advancement in your field of interest, the programme provides an excellent base for future work in science, both academically and within the life science industry. Practical experience of experimental strategies and scientific thinking is an integral part of this Master's programme and you will get in close contact with exciting research projects.

As a student in the Master Programme in Biomedicine you will develop your creativity and problem-solving ability through seminars, journal clubs and experimental projects.

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Master Programme in Biomedicine

Programme duration: 2 years (120 ECTS credits)

University: Uppsala University

Programme website: Master Programme in Biomedicine

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The theme of the Master Programme in Biomedicine is "From the ailing body and the ailing brain to the discovery and development of new drugs". The focus is on research-oriented questions for application in academic research and in the pharmaceutical or life-science industry.

With a focus on the link between pathophysiology and drug development, and by offering opportunities for specialisation and advancement in your field of interest, the programme provides an excellent base for future work in science, both academically and within the life science industry. Practical experience of experimental strategies and scientific thinking is an integral part of this Master's programme and you will get in close contact with exciting research projects.

As a student in the Master Programme in Biomedicine you will develop your creativity and problem-solving ability through seminars, journal clubs and experimental projects.

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Master's Programme in Forensic Science

Programme duration: 2 years (120 ECTS credits)

University: Uppsala University

Programme website: Master's Programme in Forensic Science

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The Master Programme in Forensic Science at Uppsala University provides you with knowledge of how to apply biological and chemical analyses in crime scene investigations, as well as in other areas. Several of the laboratory exercises in this programme are connected to criminalistics and based on novel research, but the methods are general and used in many areas, for example: forensic investigations toxicological testing environmental analysis pharmaceutical or biotech industries medical genetics historical and forensic DNA analysisThe Master Programme in Forensic Science is thus a broad education with close ties to research. Apart from doctoral studies, this study programme also prepares you for a career in forensic science and work in many different other areas.

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Master's Programme in Global Health

Programme duration: 2 years (120 ECTS credits)

University: Uppsala University

Programme website: Master's Programme in Global Health

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The Master Programme in Global Health prepares you for work with global health issues. Course participants, who come from all over the world, will receive knowledge and skills to analyse global health problems and to develop and evaluate interventions in order to improve public health. Our focus lies within global child health, sexual and reproductive health and rights, global nutrition as well as public health issues connected to disasters.

The programme leads to a Master of Medical Science (120 credits) with Global Health as the main field of study.

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Master's Programme in Infection Biology

Programme duration: 2 years (120 ECTS credits)

University: Uppsala University

Programme website: Master's Programme in Infection Biology

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Tomorrow's research and development are facing the challenge of how to solve the increasing problems with microbial drug resistance by finding new therapies.
 
Recent global infections also emphasise the need to be prepared for new pandemics. This is of particular importance for developing areas of the world, where microbial infections are more prevalent and often with devastating consequences. The Master Programme in Infection Biology at Uppsala University focuses on the biological and chemical processes behind the aetiology, epidemiology and evolution of microbial infections, as well as possibilities to predict, diagnose, prevent, track and treat infectious diseases. Theoretical and practical knowledge is intertwined throughout the programme.
 
Students with a Master's degree in Infection Biology are expected to work with research and development of, for example, diagnostic methods, drug development, evolution of resistance, vaccination, emergency planning, food production, diseases specific for developing countries and zoonoses. As a student in the Master Programme in Infection Biology you will be well prepared for further academic PhD studies within the infection biology field of research.
 
Research and education in infection biology is strong in the Uppsala region, with its two universities, two university hospitals (for humans and animals) and three national agencies for food, medical products and veterinary medicine. This highly stimulating and competent environment of education and research in the area of infection biology is utilised in the programme.
 
Instructions will be in English. The programme leads to a Master of Medical Science, with Infection Biology as the main field of study.

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Master Programme in Infection Biology

Programme duration: 2 years (120 ECTS credits)

University: Uppsala University

Programme website: Master Programme in Infection Biology

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Tomorrow's research and development are facing the challenge of how to solve the increasing problems with microbial drug resistance by finding new therapies.
 
Recent global infections also emphasise the need to be prepared for new pandemics. This is of particular importance for developing areas of the world, where microbial infections are more prevalent and often with devastating consequences. The Master Programme in Infection Biology at Uppsala University focuses on the biological and chemical processes behind the aetiology, epidemiology and evolution of microbial infections, as well as possibilities to predict, diagnose, prevent, track and treat infectious diseases. Theoretical and practical knowledge is intertwined throughout the programme.
 
Students with a Master's degree in Infection Biology are expected to work with research and development of, for example, diagnostic methods, drug development, evolution of resistance, vaccination, emergency planning, food production, diseases specific for developing countries and zoonoses. As a student in the Master Programme in Infection Biology you will be well prepared for further academic PhD studies within the infection biology field of research.
 
Research and education in infection biology is strong in the Uppsala region, with its two universities, two university hospitals (for humans and animals) and three national agencies for food, medical products and veterinary medicine. This highly stimulating and competent environment of education and research in the area of infection biology is utilised in the programme.
 
Instructions will be in English. The programme leads to a Master of Medical Science, with Infection Biology as the main field of study.

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Master's Programme in Medical Research

Programme duration: 2 years (120 ECTS credits)

University: Uppsala University

Programme website: Master's Programme in Medical Research

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The Master Programme in Medical Research aims to provide research-oriented students good preparations for PhD studies and a basis for informed choice of dissertation project. The programme provides a solid theoretical ground in and a broad and deep insight into current biomedical research, practical experience of two research projects, and a network of contacts with researchers. For students who desire a career in the field of medical research, this programme is an invaluable learning experience.

As a student you will follow a course package during year one, followed by an individual project (approximately 15 weeks) and a master project (approximately 19 weeks) during year two. Those who have read at least 60 credits at the advanced level in medical or life science areas at another faculty or other university may apply for credit transfer of the first year studies.

A large part of the programme consists of individual research training through laboratory projects carried out in research groups at Uppsala University, sometimes also at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Stockholm University, the Karolinska Institutet, biomedical companies or governmental authorities. You are supervised in your laboratory activities by established researchers and participate in the research group's other activities (literature seminars, research presentations and group meetings, etc.) similar to PhD students. You choose your research groups and projects for your internship periods. In addition, theoretical research-oriented education is provided.

The language of instruction is English.

The programme will lead to a Master of Medical Science (120 credits) with Medical Science as the main field of study.

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Master Programme in Medical Research

Programme duration: 2 years (120 ECTS credits)

University: Uppsala University

Programme website: Master Programme in Medical Research

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The Master Programme in Medical Research aims to provide research-oriented students good preparations for PhD studies and a basis for informed choice of dissertation project. The programme provides a solid theoretical ground in and a broad and deep insight into current biomedical research, practical experience of two research projects, and a network of contacts with researchers. For students who desire a career in the field of medical research, this programme is an invaluable learning experience.

As a student you will follow a course package during year one, followed by an individual project (approximately 15 weeks) and a master project (approximately 19 weeks) during year two. Those who have read at least 60 credits at the advanced level in medical or life science areas at another faculty or other university may apply for credit transfer of the first year studies.

A large part of the programme consists of individual research training through laboratory projects carried out in research groups at Uppsala University, sometimes also at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Stockholm University, the Karolinska Institutet, biomedical companies or governmental authorities. You are supervised in your laboratory activities by established researchers and participate in the research group's other activities (literature seminars, research presentations and group meetings, etc.) similar to PhD students. You choose your research groups and projects for your internship periods. In addition, theoretical research-oriented education is provided.

The language of instruction is English.

The programme will lead to a Master of Medical Science (120 credits) with Medical Science as the main field of study.

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Master's Programme in Medical Nuclide Techniques

Programme duration: 2 years (120 ECTS credits)

University: Uppsala University

Programme website: Master's Programme in Medical Nuclide Techniques

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Medical applications using radionuclides are of increasing importance. Tomographic imaging techniques such as PET (positron emission tomography) and SPECT (single photon emission computed tomography) are important components of molecular imaging and the development and use of radionuclides for tumour therapy require special education. This Master's in Medical Nuclide Techniques meets the increasing demand for specialist knowledge in nuclide techniques.

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