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Denmark's higher education puts emphasis on a technical higher education through the university learning. Most of the Danish universities also offers quality international students culture due to its relaxed Scandinavian attitude.

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MSc in Molecular Biomedicine

Faculty of Science at University of Copenhagen
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Denmark Copenhagen

An MSc in Molecular Biomedicine enables you to do research within the field of biomedicine and to participate as a fully-fledged member of international research groups. [+]

Master of Science (MSc) in Molecular BiomedicineAn MSc in Molecular Biomedicine enables you to do research within the field of biomedicine and to participate as a fully-fledged member of international research groups. The programme also provides you with the best foundation possible to continue your studies as a PhD student at world-leading universities and laboratories.

The programme is offered in English.

The curriculum is focused on experimental work with the molecular biology of human disease and is a joint effort between the two faculties of science and health, both on the same campus in Copenhagen.

During the two-year programme, the main focus will be on your independent laboratory work with a research project that runs for the duration of the programme. In addition, both compulsory and elective courses must be taken. The courses are running in parallel with the research project. Upon completion of the course programme, you will have the necessary background for stringent, scientific analysis of your own and other's experimental work.... [-]


MSc in Parasitology

Faculty of Science at University of Copenhagen
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Denmark Copenhagen

The MSc programme in Parasitology focuses on the biology, prevalence and detection of parasites in animals and humans. [+]

Master of Science (MSc) in ParasitologyThe MSc programme in Parasitology focuses on the biology, prevalence and detection of parasites in animals and humans. University of Copenhagen is the only university in Scandinavia which offers this programme.

The programme is offered in English.

As a graduate from the MSc programme in Parasitology, you have knowledge about illnesses caused by parasites, for example malaria and schistosomiasis.

And you have an insight into how social, geographical or climatic conditions may affect the transmission of parasites to animals and humans and their significance for health, production and welfare.

As a student on the MSc programme in Parasitology, you also learn about the dynamics and the interaction between parasite populations and between the parasite and its host. You can, for example, study parasites in connection with organic domestic animal production.... [-]


Master of Science in Medical Chemistry

University of Southern Denmark
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Denmark Odense

During the Medical chemistry programme, you will take a range of exciting and relevant courses which lie in the field between medical chemistry, health science... [+]

Top MScs in Medicine in Denmark. During the Medical chemistry programme, you will take a range of exciting and relevant courses which lie in the field between medical chemistry, health science and molecular biology as well as the health sector.The specialisation in Medical chemistry aims at employment in the pharmaceutical industry or other pharmaceutically-oriented companies where focus lies on the development of new medicines. In the programme, you supplement you basic education with a range of chemistry courses like spectroscopy and molecular modelling, as well as a variety of elective courses in for instance organic chemistry which provide experience in medical chemistry and development of new pharmaceuticals. You also take some health science classes in pharmacology and physiology. This part of the degree is based at the Department of Physics, Chemistry and Pharmacy (FKF).To finish your degree, you must complete a thesis within your specialty of medical chemistry or biopharmacology, where you will typically be assigned to a research team at the Department of Physics, Chemistry and Pharmacy or the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. The thesis can also be completed in collaboration with external partners, for instance in the industry. The thesis project takes one year and is finished with an academic paper and an oral defence.To be accepted into the master’s programme in Medical chemistry, you need to complete a relevant bachelor programme. ... [-]