• Degree: Biomedical Sciences (66990)
    Duration: 2 years
    Biofabrication is an international multidisciplinary research-driven Master’s programme. It will provide you with thorough understanding and operational experience of processes such as 3D-bioprinting and other fabrication technologies.
  • Degree: Biomedical Sciences (66990)
    Duration: 2 years
    The Biology of Disease programme is an interdisciplinary programme that positions you at the cutting edge of basic and clinical science, in particular in the cardiovascular research field.
  • Degree: Biomedical Sciences (66990)
    Duration: 2 years
    This Master's programme will guide you through the mysteries of embryonic growth, stem cells, signalling, gene regulation, evolution and development as they relate to health and disease.
  • Degree: International Relations (60734)
    Duration: 1 year
    This Master’s programme Conflict Studies and Human Rights focuses on the analysis of contemporary violent conflict with an emphasis on the interconnectedness of violence.
  • Degree: Biomedical Sciences (66990)
    Duration: 2 years
    In the Epidemiology Master's programme you will learn to operate as an epidemiologist and clinical researcher. For example, by examining the distribution and determinants of health and morbidity in specific populations.
  • Degree: Arts & Culture (Research) (60829)
    Duration: 2 years
    In this Research Master programme you will learn to critically analyse how gender intersects with other social and historical categories such as race, class, age, religion and sexuality.
  • Degree: Geneeskunde (66551)
    Duration: 3 years
    De master Geneeskunde bereidt je verder voor op het uitoefenen van het beroep arts.De master is alleen toegankelijk voor studenten die hun bachelor Geneeskunde gevolgd hebben aan de Universiteit Utrecht.
  • Degree: Biomedical Sciences (66990)
    Duration: 2 years
    We need well-trained and creative minds to help us solve public health problems. Do you see yourself tackling the increasing incidences of allergies and autoimmune disease?
  • Degree: International Relations (60734)
    Duration: 1 year
    The Master of International Relations in Historical Perspective bridges the historical and political science approaches of international relations. In this way, the programme offers you the best of both worlds.
  • Degree: Biomedical Sciences (66990)
    Duration: 2 years
    This programme teaches you the knowledge and skills in the fields of imaging physics and image analysis required for a career in the fascinating world of medical imaging research and technology developments.
  • Degree: Taalwetenschappen (60815)
    Duration: 1 year
    Tijdens de master Meertaligheid en taalverwerving bestudeer je meertaligheid en taalverwerving en pas je deze kennis toe op het gebied van onderwijs en taalbeleid.
  • Degree: Neuroscience and Cognition, Biomedical Sciences (60704)
    Duration: 2 years
    This interdisciplinary Master’s programme offers you the opportunity to investigate numerous areas of brain functioning that make the neuroscience and cognition field uniquely intriguing and challenging.
  • Degree: Biomedical sciences (66990)
    Duration: 2 years
    This Master’s programme allows you to become a multidisciplinary researcher at the interface of public health, animal health and environmental health.
  • Degree: Biomedical Sciences (66990)
    Duration: 2 years
    This Master’s programme aims to train multidisciplinary scientists and combines fundamental disciplines such as stem cell biology, materials science and biomechanics with more applied disciplines such as cell therapy, implantology and imaging.
  • Degree: Geneeskunde, klinisch onderzoeker (66583)
    Duration: 4 years
    In deze vierjarige master word je als student met een biomedische of lifescience bachelor opgeleid tot arts én klinisch onderzoeker.
  • Degree: Biomedical Sciences (66990)
    Duration: 2 years
    This Master’s programme has been designed to train you in the fundamentals of toxicology, environmental epidemiology, emerging toxicological agents such as nanoparticles and zoonotic components.