Future Master's students - Graduate School of Life Sciences
Future Master's students
All Utrecht research Master's programmes that focus on micro-organisms, plants, animals, humans, the molecules of life, and the study of health and disease, are offered by the Graduate School of Life Sciences.
The subjects taught (in English) range from the well established to the newest disciplines within the domain of the Life Sciences. All these research Master's programmes are interdisciplinary in nature and are generally geared towards further research opportunities in corresponding PhD-programmes.
In line with the philosophy of a research university, all Master's programmes of the Graduate School of Life Sciences are directly linked to the focus areas of research of Utrecht University, the PhD-programmes of the Graduate School of Life Sciences and renowned Utrecht Research Institutes. In addition to mandatory subjects, each Master's programme offers a number of optional subjects or research opportunities that enable students to realise their own master plan.
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Overview of the Master's programmes of Life Sciences
The Master's Programmes page offers a detailed outline of the different programmes available, career opportunities open to you once you have graduated, and the relevant admission requirements.
Overview of information for future Master's students about the specific Master's programmes of the Graduate School of Life Sciences:
Application and admission
If you are interested in a certain Master’s programme, please check if you satisfy the entrance criteria for the specific programmes.
With a BSc (or Dutch HBO) you may start an MSc programme provided your theoretical knowledge satisfies the entrance criteria for a specific programme. You may need time to take extra theoretical courses.
Further information on general requirements for admission, application deadlines and application procedures can be found on the website for admissions.
If you have Dutch qualifications, please visit the information in Dutch about the application procedures.