The master’s programme in Life Science Technologies offers a multidisciplinary curriculum focusing on important technologies for current and future biomedical research.
Programme-specific admission requirements
In addition to the general eligibility criteria and language requirements, applicants to the majors of the Life Science Technologies programme must meet the major-specific requirements listed below regarding the contents of their previous degree. The academic assessment of the applications is based on the evaluation criteria (see below).
Applicants to the Life Science Technologies programme should have a high-quality Bachelor’s degree, primarily in the field of Engineering, Technology or Science. A suitable degree should contain in total at least 90 ECTS (90 ECTS corresponds to approximately 1,5 years of full time studies) credits of studies belonging in at least two of the three following subject categories:
- computational sciences: algorithms and data structures, artificial intelligence, computer programming, databases, human-computer interaction, machine learning and data science
- mathematics: calculus, discrete mathematics, linear algebra, probability, statistics
- natural sciences: biomedicine, biophysics, biotechnology, chemistry, molecular biology, neuroscience, material science, physics
Students selected to the programme may freely choose their major, provided that they have the required background. Please use the online self-evaluation form, an additional part of the application requested from the LifeTech applicants, to test how well your background matches different majors and to indicate your two most preferred majors. The suitability of each applicant for the available majors is assessed during the admission. The major selection will be finalized as part of the personal study plan in the beginning of studies.
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