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New Master's programme!

From next academic year (2018-2019) onwards the Master in Biomolecular Sciences and the Master in Molecular Biology will merge into one high-level scientific programme with strong multidisciplinary courses that intertwine theoretical formation with research-oriented skills. This new Interuniversity Master of Science in Molecular Biology (2 year, 120 ECTS) is jointly organised by Vrije Universiteit Brussel, KULeuven and University of Antwerp.

Take a look at the Master of Science in Molecular Biology for all information and apply now!

Outline of the programme

For an outline of the new Master's programme starting 2018-2019, take a look here

Current students of the Master in Biomolecular Sciences can still find an overview of their courses below. 

Learning outcomes

Learning outcomes describe the intended knowledge and understanding, skills and attitudes that you must master after completing your studies.

Do you want to know more about the specific learning outcomes of this programme? Click here for more information.

From next academic year (2018-2019) onwards the Master in Biomolecular Sciences and the Master in Molecular Biology will merge into one high-level scientific programme with strong multidisciplinary courses that intertwine theoretical formation with research-oriented skills. This new Interuniversity Master of Science in Molecular Biology (2 year, 120 ECTS) is jointly organised by Vrije Universiteit Brussel, KULeuven and University of Antwerp.

For admission in the new Master of Science in Molecular Biology starting 2018-2019, take a look here.

For more details on admission requirements and application

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