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Master Programme in Peace and Conflict Studies

Programme duration: 2 years (120 ECTS credits)

University: Uppsala University

Programme website: Master Programme in Peace and Conflict Studies

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The Master Programme in Peace and Conflict Studies at Uppsala University has a distinct international character and it prepares graduates for a professional career as analysts or researchers in the private and public sector, both nationally and internationally. The degree qualifies graduates to apply for doctoral studies in Peace and Conflict Studies.

As a student at the department you will engage with a vibrant research environment and thrive among motivated high-performing fellow students. All classes are taught in English and the student body regularly comes from all corners of the world.

Upon completion of the programme, you will have acquired a thorough understanding of advanced issues in peace and conflict research in order to be able to critically examine, assess and analyse the origin, dynamics and resolution of armed conflicts on a scientific basis. You acquire knowledge and skills that provide you with the capacity to solve problems independently and the ability to monitor and critically evaluate the development of knowledge within peace and conflict research.

Through elective courses the programme provides an opportunity to obtain a more individual profile by specialising in areas such as Emerging Security Threats, Gender, War and Peace, International Interventions and Protection of Civilians or Causes of Peace. The programme also entails the opportunity for a one-semester long internship, where you can gain valuable practical experience.

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Master Programme in Business and Management - International Business

Programme duration: 2 years (120 ECTS credits)

University: Uppsala University

Programme website: Master Programme in Business and Management - International Business

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Companies and organisations today must be able to handle what is happening globally. This requires individuals who have knowledge of management, strategy, decision-making and business intelligence. The Master Programme in Business and Management at Uppsala Universityt will give you these skills, while at the same time giving you the opportunity to acquire deeper knowledge in one of the specialisations that the programme offers. You are also given the opportunity to study commercial companies as well as governmental organisations, and non-profit organisations. The programme furthermore provides a solid foundation for future PhD studies.

The programme is characterised by innovative thinking and progress where the teaching reflects the cutting edge research carried out at the Department of Business Studies, and has three specialisations:
Marketing
International Business
OrganisationThis is a two-year programme with the opportunity to finish your studies after the first year. During the first year you will take courses that are common for all participants, as well as courses that are specific to the specialisation that you have chosen.

During the third semester you will have the possibility to undertake an internship at a commercial company or an organisation. If you choose to take elective courses instead, you can either opt to study at one of our partner universities around the world, or you can apply for elective courses at Uppsala University. In the fourth and last semester of the programme you will write a 30 credit Master's thesis where you will go more in-depth within a particular area of your specialisation.

The teaching methods vary in character and include lectures and seminars, with various elements having ties to practice. Case studies and industry-related project work are just two examples. All courses are taught in English. The programme follows a fixed study route, which means that the courses must be taken in the prescribed order.

The programme leads to a Master of Science in Business and Economics (120 credits), with Business Studies as the main field of study. If you choose to finish your studies after one year with a 15 credit thesis you will receive a Master of Science (60 credits) in Business and Economics, with Business Studies as the main field of study.

The entry requirements (Degree Certificate) must be validated at the start of the semester.

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Master Programme in Business and Management - Marketing

Programme duration: 2 years (120 ECTS credits)

University: Uppsala University

Programme website: Master Programme in Business and Management - Marketing

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Companies and organisations today must be able to handle what is happening globally. This requires individuals who have knowledge of management, strategy, decision-making and business intelligence. The Master Programme in Business and Management at Uppsala Universityt will give you these skills, while at the same time giving you the opportunity to acquire deeper knowledge in one of the specialisations that the programme offers. You are also given the opportunity to study commercial companies as well as governmental organisations, and non-profit organisations. The programme furthermore provides a solid foundation for future PhD studies.

The programme is characterised by innovative thinking and progress where the teaching reflects the cutting edge research carried out at the Department of Business Studies, and has three specialisations:
Marketing
International Business
OrganisationThis is a two-year programme with the opportunity to finish your studies after the first year. During the first year you will take courses that are common for all participants, as well as courses that are specific to the specialisation that you have chosen.

During the third semester you will have the possibility to undertake an internship at a commercial company or an organisation. If you choose to take elective courses instead, you can either opt to study at one of our partner universities around the world, or you can apply for elective courses at Uppsala University. In the fourth and last semester of the programme you will write a 30 credit Master's thesis where you will go more in-depth within a particular area of your specialisation.

The teaching methods vary in character and include lectures and seminars, with various elements having ties to practice. Case studies and industry-related project work are just two examples. All courses are taught in English. The programme follows a fixed study route, which means that the courses must be taken in the prescribed order.

The programme leads to a Master of Science in Business and Economics (120 credits), with Business Studies as the main field of study. If you choose to finish your studies after one year with a 15 credit thesis you will receive a Master of Science (60 credits) in Business and Economics, with Business Studies as the main field of study.

The entry requirements (Degree Certificate) must be validated at the start of the semester.

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Master Programme in Business and Management - Organisation

Programme duration: 2 years (120 ECTS credits)

University: Uppsala University

Programme website: Master Programme in Business and Management - Organisation

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Companies and organisations today must be able to handle what is happening globally. This requires individuals who have knowledge of management, strategy, decision-making and business intelligence. The Master Programme in Business and Management at Uppsala Universityt will give you these skills, while at the same time giving you the opportunity to acquire deeper knowledge in one of the specialisations that the programme offers. You are also given the opportunity to study commercial companies as well as governmental organisations, and non-profit organisations. The programme furthermore provides a solid foundation for future PhD studies.

The programme is characterised by innovative thinking and progress where the teaching reflects the cutting edge research carried out at the Department of Business Studies, and has three specialisations:
Marketing
International Business
OrganisationThis is a two-year programme with the opportunity to finish your studies after the first year. During the first year you will take courses that are common for all participants, as well as courses that are specific to the specialisation that you have chosen.

During the third semester you will have the possibility to undertake an internship at a commercial company or an organisation. If you choose to take elective courses instead, you can either opt to study at one of our partner universities around the world, or you can apply for elective courses at Uppsala University. In the fourth and last semester of the programme you will write a 30 credit Master's thesis where you will go more in-depth within a particular area of your specialisation.

The teaching methods vary in character and include lectures and seminars, with various elements having ties to practice. Case studies and industry-related project work are just two examples. All courses are taught in English. The programme follows a fixed study route, which means that the courses must be taken in the prescribed order.

The programme leads to a Master of Science in Business and Economics (120 credits), with Business Studies as the main field of study. If you choose to finish your studies after one year with a 15 credit thesis you will receive a Master of Science (60 credits) in Business and Economics, with Business Studies as the main field of study.

The entry requirements (Degree Certificate) must be validated at the start of the semester.

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Master Programme in Sustainable Management

Programme duration: 1 year (60 ECTS credits)

University: Uppsala University

Programme website: Master Programme in Sustainable Management

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You can develop a professional skillset to build a more sustainable world with the one-year Master Programme in Sustainable Management at Uppsala University. As a student in the programme you will work closely with your fellow students and learn from committed faculty members who are experts in the fields of sustainability and business, all in a uniquely international and cross-disciplinary environment. Your programme will help you put management and sustainability in a broader context as you prepare for your future career.

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Master Programme in Human-Computer Interaction

Programme duration: 2 years (120 ECTS credits)

University: Uppsala University

Programme website: Master Programme in Human-Computer Interaction

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Human-Computer Interaction specialists make information technology interesting, useful, and enjoyable. Today when information technology is an essential part of almost every single product and service, designing it well is more important than ever. Whether you want to reinvent mobile phones, construct advanced tools for professionals, invent the next social media or empower people with disabilities, expertise in Human-Computer Interaction is crucial.

The Master Programme in Human-Computer Interaction at Uppsala University teaches both the theory and practice required to design well-functioning and innovative information technology interfaces, artefacts and services.

The HCI programme is a collaboration between two departments: the Department of Informatics and Media and the Department of Information Technology. This presents unique opportunities to combine a sociological and psychological foundation for human-computer interaction with thorough knowledge of best practices in interaction design methodology, and a look ahead into the most recent developments in information technology. To provide challenging and relevant projects throughout the programme, we cooperate with leading IT companies and organisations that help formulate course projects.

As an expert in the usability of IT systems you will have many job opportunities. You will be capable of working with all aspects of interaction design and usability, from analysis and requirements gathering to the design and implementation of interactive artefacts, user interfaces, and IT services.

The programme is offered in Uppsala. The language of instruction is English.

The programme leads to a Master of Social Science (120 credits) with Human-Computer Interaction as the main field of study.

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Master Programme in Economics

Programme duration: 2 years (120 ECTS credits)

University: Uppsala University

Programme website: Master Programme in Economics

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The Master Programme in Economics at Uppsala University provides a solid basis in economic theory, statistics and econometrics and also gives very good skills in analysing empirical data and evaluating public policy.

There is also a possibility of making more advanced studies within some area of economics and/or acquiring a broader knowledge by taking courses in other subjects. The Department of Economics at Uppsala University is, by international standards, very strong within the areas of public economics, labour economics and applied microeconometrics, but courses at the advanced level are also offered in the areas of finance, political economics and macroeconomics for example.

The Master Programme in Economics is a good preparation for skilled analytical and investigational work in economics at public authorities and in the public administration, at research institutes, banks and other financial firms, Swedish and international organisations, large firms etc. It also provides the prerequisites for applying to the doctoral programme in Economics.

The programme runs over four semesters. The first semester consists of courses in micro and macro theory and analytical methods. The second semester is devoted to courses in statistics, econometric theory and applied econometrics. During the third semester, you can choose between a large number of courses in economics and other subjects. The fourth semester is devoted to writing a thesis amounting to 30 credits.

The program is offered in Uppsala. Instruction is in English.

The Master Programme in Economics leads to a Master of Social Science (120 credits) with Economics as the main field of study.

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Master Programme in Political Science

Programme duration: 2 years (120 ECTS credits)

University: Uppsala University

Programme website: Master Programme in Political Science

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The Master Programme in Political Science offers advanced studies in the discipline's main fields: comparative politics, international relations, political theory and development studies. The programme is designed for those of you who want to deepen your knowledge in theoretical approaches and train your skills in policy analysis and quantitative and qualitative methods. The programme's aim is to prepare you for a career in public service at home or abroad, or to pursue further academic studies.

The programme's broad approach to political science opens for insights and perspectives on the political, economic and social challenges that globalisation has engendered. The subject-courses convey relevant knowledge of contemporary phenomena in politics, public administration, regional integration, political and welfare state economy, and normative problems in contemporary society. The methods of teaching are developed to train your analytical and conceptual abilities, capacity for critical thinking as well as oral and written presentational skills.

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Master Programme in Accounting and Financial Management - Management Control

Programme duration: 2 years (120 ECTS credits)

University: Uppsala University

Programme website: Master Programme in Accounting and Financial Management - Management Control

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All types of organisations are expected to manage their financial resources effectively. This means that there is a demand for people who have expert knowledge of accounting, auditing, valuations and investments. The Master Programme in Accounting and Financial Management at Uppsala University will give you the possibility to acquire these skills. In addition, you will gain the opportunity to immerse yourself in one of the specialisations offered within the programme. After completing the Master Programme in Accounting and Financial Management you have the opportunity to work as an auditor, controller or financial manager. The programme also provides a good basis for PhD studies.

The Master Programme in Accounting and Financial Management is characterised by innovative thinking and progression besides being connected to the research profile at the Department of Business Studies.

The programme has a duration of two academic years, with the opportunity to finish your studies after one year. There are three available specialisations:Financial AccountingManagement ControlFinancial ManagementDuring the first and second semester you will take courses that are mandatory and common to all students in the Master Programme in Accounting and Financial Management, as well as courses specific to your chosen specialisation.

The third semester is elective, which means that you can either choose elective courses at Uppsala University, or you can apply for exchange studies abroad among our partner universities around the world. It is also possible to do an internship at a company/organisation. During the fourth and final semester you will write a 30 credit Master's thesis.

The teaching methods vary between courses and can consist of lectures, tutorials and seminars. An important feature of many courses is work in study groups where you get to practice to lead discussions and seminars to a wider audience. All courses are taught in English. The Master Programme in Accounting and Financial Management follows a fixed study route, which means that the courses must be taken in the prescribed order.

The programme leads to a Master of Science (120 credits) in Business and Economics, with Business Studies as the main field of study. If you choose to finish your studies after one year with a 15 credit thesis you will receive a Master of Science (60 credits) in Business and Economics, with Business Studies as the main field of study.

The entry requirements (Degree Certificate) must be validated when the semester starts.

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Master Programme in Accounting and Financial Management - Financial Management

Programme duration: 2 years (120 ECTS credits)

University: Uppsala University

Programme website: Master Programme in Accounting and Financial Management - Financial Management

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All types of organisations are expected to manage their financial resources effectively. This means that there is a demand for people who have expert knowledge of accounting, auditing, valuations and investments. The Master Programme in Accounting and Financial Management at Uppsala University will give you the possibility to acquire these skills. In addition, you will gain the opportunity to immerse yourself in one of the specialisations offered within the programme. After completing the Master Programme in Accounting and Financial Management you have the opportunity to work as an auditor, controller or financial manager. The programme also provides a good basis for PhD studies.

The Master Programme in Accounting and Financial Management is characterised by innovative thinking and progression besides being connected to the research profile at the Department of Business Studies.

The programme has a duration of two academic years, with the opportunity to finish your studies after one year. There are three available specialisations:Financial AccountingManagement ControlFinancial ManagementDuring the first and second semester you will take courses that are mandatory and common to all students in the Master Programme in Accounting and Financial Management, as well as courses specific to your chosen specialisation.

The third semester is elective, which means that you can either choose elective courses at Uppsala University, or you can apply for exchange studies abroad among our partner universities around the world. It is also possible to do an internship at a company/organisation. During the fourth and final semester you will write a 30 credit Master's thesis.

The teaching methods vary between courses and can consist of lectures, tutorials and seminars. An important feature of many courses is work in study groups where you get to practice to lead discussions and seminars to a wider audience. All courses are taught in English. The Master Programme in Accounting and Financial Management follows a fixed study route, which means that the courses must be taken in the prescribed order.

The programme leads to a Master of Science (120 credits) in Business and Economics, with Business Studies as the main field of study. If you choose to finish your studies after one year with a 15 credit thesis you will receive a Master of Science (60 credits) in Business and Economics, with Business Studies as the main field of study.

The entry requirements (Degree Certificate) must be validated when the semester starts.

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Master Programme in Accounting and Financial Management - Financial Accounting

Programme duration: 2 years (120 ECTS credits)

University: Uppsala University

Programme website: Master Programme in Accounting and Financial Management - Financial Accounting

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All types of organisations are expected to manage their financial resources effectively. This means that there is a demand for people who have expert knowledge of accounting, auditing, valuations and investments. The Master Programme in Accounting and Financial Management at Uppsala University will give you the possibility to acquire these skills. In addition, you will gain the opportunity to immerse yourself in one of the specialisations offered within the programme. After completing the Master Programme in Accounting and Financial Management you have the opportunity to work as an auditor, controller or financial manager. The programme also provides a good basis for PhD studies.

The Master Programme in Accounting and Financial Management is characterised by innovative thinking and progression besides being connected to the research profile at the Department of Business Studies.

The programme has a duration of two academic years, with the opportunity to finish your studies after one year. There are three available specialisations:Financial AccountingManagement ControlFinancial ManagementDuring the first and second semester you will take courses that are mandatory and common to all students in the Master Programme in Accounting and Financial Management, as well as courses specific to your chosen specialisation.

The third semester is elective, which means that you can either choose elective courses at Uppsala University, or you can apply for exchange studies abroad among our partner universities around the world. It is also possible to do an internship at a company/organisation. During the fourth and final semester you will write a 30 credit Master's thesis.

The teaching methods vary between courses and can consist of lectures, tutorials and seminars. An important feature of many courses is work in study groups where you get to practice to lead discussions and seminars to a wider audience. All courses are taught in English. The Master Programme in Accounting and Financial Management follows a fixed study route, which means that the courses must be taken in the prescribed order.

The programme leads to a Master of Science (120 credits) in Business and Economics, with Business Studies as the main field of study. If you choose to finish your studies after one year with a 15 credit thesis you will receive a Master of Science (60 credits) in Business and Economics, with Business Studies as the main field of study.

The entry requirements (Degree Certificate) must be validated when the semester starts.

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Master Programme in Social Sciences - Digital Media and Society

Programme duration: 2 years (120 ECTS credits)

University: Uppsala University

Programme website: Master Programme in Social Sciences - Digital Media and Society

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The Master Programme in Social Sciences, specialising in Digital Media and Society, at Uppsala University provides students with an advanced level of knowledge and skills in the empirical research methods, theories and ethical reasoning that are important for analysing and understanding society. As a student in the programme you are supported in developing your methodological skills, theoretical knowledge and critical judgment capacities.

Digital Media and Society, an international specialisation within the Master Programme in Social Sciences aims to introduce and develop a critical and reflective perspective on the role of digital media in contemporary societies, focussing on their cultural, economic, political, and organisational dimensions and implications. It offers you advanced tools to understand and analyse how contemporary media are shaping - and being shaped by - the economy, politics, culture and organisations in society (Western as well as non-Western). The programme prepares you to work as media/internet researchers or media analysts. It also offers a solid foundation and preparation for doctoral research in the area of digital media and society.

The Master Programme in Social Sciences, specialising in Digital Media and Society, consists of one semester of advanced core courses (30 credits) that focus on the theoretical knowledge and empirical skills required for understanding and analysing digital media and society. One semester (30 credits) is made up of basic social science skills courses that are taught together with the other specialisations in the Master Programme in Social Sciences. Another 30 credits are elective courses that the student chooses from various courses. The Master's thesis (30 credits) is the programme's final stage. The specialisation is taught in English and students are expected to master English for writing, presentation and discussion. The programme is offered in Uppsala.

The Digital Media and Society specialisation leads to a Master degree in Social Science (120 credits) with Media and Communication Studies as the main field of study.

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Master Programme in Information Systems

Programme duration: 2 years (120 ECTS credits)

University: Uppsala University

Programme website: Master Programme in Information Systems

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The Master Programme in Information Systems provides advanced knowledge and skills in the development of accessible and effective information systems such as data and knowledge management systems. The programme at Uppsala University provides skills in management of rapid and advanced system development methods for developing complex IT systems. The programme, which is taught in English, is a postgraduate degree for those with a background in, for example, Information Science, Software Engineering or Computer Science.

A major challenge for system developers is to develop computer systems that are developed based on clients' and users' needs. A software developer must be able to work in a team collaborating with administrators, economists, technicians and various types of users. The Master Programme in Information Systems provides a thorough knowledge of how systems and applications interact with individuals and groups in various activities through courses in organisational communication, business administration, and human-computer interaction.

The Master Programme in Information Systems is based on the latest research and developments in the area and aims to provide a holistic approach to information technology. The programme provides practical skills by enabling you as a student to use different systems development methods in real life projects. During training, you will also learn how to manage major projects. After the programme, graduate system developers can work with many different kinds of professions related to the IT field, nationally and internationally.

The programme leads to a Master of Social Science (120 credits) with Information Systems as the main field of study. The degree can form the basis of further doctoral research or onto various IT-related positions. After one year of study it may also be possible to obtain a Master of Science (60 credits). The entry requirements include possessing a Bachelor's degree in Information Systems (180 credits), Computer Science or equivalent including at least 90 credits in related subjects to Information Systems.

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Master Programme in Statistics

Programme duration: 2 years (120 ECTS credits)

University: Uppsala University

Programme website: Master Programme in Statistics

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We face an increased information flow every day. As a qualified statistician, you can analyse this data and find out what is important and what to ignore.

The Master Programme in Statistics at Uppsala University gives a solid foundation in statistical theory and a deeper knowledge in areas such as econometrics, psychometrics and biostatistics. This provides very good skills to critically analyse and interpret data from various application areas.

With this degree you are well prepared and in demand for work in both the private and the public sectors. The qualification also provides eligibility for doctoral studies in statistics.

Statistics is both a formal science and a practical approach, and both aspects are taken into account in the programme. The study consists of theory oriented courses such as Probability Theory, Inference and Programming. Also offered alongside these courses are applied courses, such as Multivariate Analysis, Econometric Theory and Methodology, Time Series Econometrics, Structural Equation Models, Generalized Linear Models and courses in the field of Biostatistics. In the fourth semester you will write a Master's thesis worth 30 credits.

The Master Programme in Statistics is an international programme and is taught in English. The programme is offered in Uppsala.

The Master Programme in Statistics leads to a Master of Social Science (120 credits) with Statistics as the main field of study. After one year of study it is also possible to obtain a Master of Social Science (60 credits).

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Master Programme in Biology - Limnology - Ecology and Environment of Inland Waters

Programme duration: 2 years (120 ECTS credits)

University: Uppsala University

Programme website: Master Programme in Biology - Limnology - Ecology and Environment of Inland Waters

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The Master Programme in Biology is a first-class programme that gives you the freedom to create your own profile. The broad range of courses in biology and biotechnology makes it possible for you to improve your personal competitiveness in the job market by obtaining the required subject depth and complementary subject within your education.

The Master Programme in Biology offers many alternative course combinations, and there are a number of specialisations preparing you for research or professions outside the academy. You can also choose to take courses outside your own specialisation. The specialisations are:Cell and Molecular BiologyEcology and ConservationEnvironmental ToxicologyErasmus Mundus Master Programme in Evolution Biology (MEME)Evolutionary BiologyGenetic and Molecular Plant ScienceImmunology and MicrobiologyLimnology - Ecology and Environment of Inland WatersNABiS - Nordic Master in Biodiversity and SystematicsThe Master Programme in Biology has a strong international character, and all courses are held in English. The programme leads to a Master of Science (120 credits) with Biology as the main field of study.

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Master Programme in Biology - Evolutionary Biology

Programme duration: 2 years (120 ECTS credits)

University: Uppsala University

Programme website: Master Programme in Biology - Evolutionary Biology

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The Master Programme in Biology is a first-class programme that gives you the freedom to create your own profile. The broad range of courses in biology and biotechnology makes it possible for you to improve your personal competitiveness in the job market by obtaining the required subject depth and complementary subject within your education.

The Master Programme in Biology offers many alternative course combinations, and there are a number of specialisations preparing you for research or professions outside the academy. You can also choose to take courses outside your own specialisation. The specialisations are:Cell and Molecular BiologyEcology and ConservationEnvironmental ToxicologyErasmus Mundus Master Programme in Evolution Biology (MEME)Evolutionary BiologyGenetic and Molecular Plant ScienceImmunology and MicrobiologyLimnology - Ecology and Environment of Inland WatersNABiS - Nordic Master in Biodiversity and SystematicsThe Master Programme in Biology has a strong international character, and all courses are held in English. The programme leads to a Master of Science (120 credits) with Biology as the main field of study.

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Master Programme in Biology - Ecology and Conservation

Programme duration: 2 years (120 ECTS credits)

University: Uppsala University

Programme website: Master Programme in Biology - Ecology and Conservation

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The Master Programme in Biology is a first-class programme that gives you the freedom to create your own profile. The broad range of courses in biology and biotechnology makes it possible for you to improve your personal competitiveness in the job market by obtaining the required subject depth and complementary subject within your education.

The Master Programme in Biology offers many alternative course combinations, and there are a number of specialisations preparing you for research or professions outside the academy. You can also choose to take courses outside your own specialisation. The specialisations are:Cell and Molecular BiologyEcology and ConservationEnvironmental ToxicologyErasmus Mundus Master Programme in Evolution Biology (MEME)Evolutionary BiologyGenetic and Molecular Plant ScienceImmunology and MicrobiologyLimnology - Ecology and Environment of Inland WatersNABiS - Nordic Master in Biodiversity and SystematicsThe Master Programme in Biology has a strong international character, and all courses are held in English. The programme leads to a Master of Science (120 credits) with Biology as the main field of study.

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Master Programme in Biology - Cell and Molecular Biology

Programme duration: 2 years (120 ECTS credits)

University: Uppsala University

Programme website: Master Programme in Biology - Cell and Molecular Biology

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The Master Programme in Biology is a first-class programme that gives you the freedom to create your own profile. The broad range of courses in biology and biotechnology makes it possible for you to improve your personal competitiveness in the job market by obtaining the required subject depth and complementary subject within your education.

The Master Programme in Biology offers many alternative course combinations, and there are a number of specialisations preparing you for research or professions outside the academy. You can also choose to take courses outside your own specialisation. The specialisations are:Cell and Molecular BiologyEcology and ConservationEnvironmental ToxicologyErasmus Mundus Master Programme in Evolution Biology (MEME)Evolutionary BiologyGenetic and Molecular Plant ScienceImmunology and MicrobiologyLimnology - Ecology and Environment of Inland WatersNABiS - Nordic Master in Biodiversity and SystematicsThe Master Programme in Biology has a strong international character, and all courses are held in English. The programme leads to a Master of Science (120 credits) with Biology as the main field of study.

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Master Programme in Biology - NABiS - Nordic Master in Biodiversity and Systematics

Programme duration: 2 years (120 ECTS credits)

University: Uppsala University

Programme website: Master Programme in Biology - NABiS - Nordic Master in Biodiversity and Systematics

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The Master Programme in Biology is a first-class programme that gives you the freedom to create your own profile. The broad range of courses in biology and biotechnology makes it possible for you to improve your personal competitiveness in the job market by obtaining the required subject depth and complementary subject within your education.

The Master Programme in Biology offers many alternative course combinations, and there are a number of specialisations preparing you for research or professions outside the academy. You can also choose to take courses outside your own specialisation. The specialisations are:Cell and Molecular BiologyEcology and ConservationEnvironmental ToxicologyErasmus Mundus Master Programme in Evolution Biology (MEME)Evolutionary BiologyGenetic and Molecular Plant ScienceImmunology and MicrobiologyLimnology - Ecology and Environment of Inland WatersNABiS - Nordic Master in Biodiversity and SystematicsThe Master Programme in Biology has a strong international character, and all courses are held in English. The programme leads to a Master of Science (120 credits) with Biology as the main field of study.

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Master Programme in Biology - Genetic and Molecular Plant Science

Programme duration: 2 years (120 ECTS credits)

University: Uppsala University

Programme website: Master Programme in Biology - Genetic and Molecular Plant Science

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The Master Programme in Biology is a first-class programme that gives you the freedom to create your own profile. The broad range of courses in biology and biotechnology makes it possible for you to improve your personal competitiveness in the job market by obtaining the required subject depth and complementary subject within your education.

The Master Programme in Biology offers many alternative course combinations, and there are a number of specialisations preparing you for research or professions outside the academy. You can also choose to take courses outside your own specialisation. The specialisations are:Cell and Molecular BiologyEcology and ConservationEnvironmental ToxicologyErasmus Mundus Master Programme in Evolution Biology (MEME)Evolutionary BiologyGenetic and Molecular Plant ScienceImmunology and MicrobiologyLimnology - Ecology and Environment of Inland WatersNABiS - Nordic Master in Biodiversity and SystematicsThe Master Programme in Biology has a strong international character, and all courses are held in English. The programme leads to a Master of Science (120 credits) with Biology as the main field of study.

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