After finishing your Master’s programme, you will have the theoretical knowledge and research skills necessary to successfully compete for PhD positions.
Prepare for an academic career by developing academic knowledge and skills
At the end of the programme, you will have:
- A strong foundation in cutting-edge research related to Methodology and Statistics for the Behavioural, Biomedical, and Social Sciences.
- Competencies in conducting research in Methodology and Statistics for the Behavioural, Biomedical, and Social Sciences.
- The knowledge and skills needed to carry out fundamental and applied research at the PhD level.
- The expertise to advise researchers in applying cutting-edge techniques in Methodology and Statistics.
- A specialisation related to your interests in the Behavioural, Biomedical, and Social Sciences.
General academic skills
Along with these specialised skills, you will develop general academic skills. The programme trains you in academic writing, presenting for various audiences, studying and discussing research papers, and planning a research project. You will learn to present projects by means of multimedia applications, and you will also learn about research ethics during your studies.
Connect with scientists
As a student, you will be invited to lunch talks and to participate in the organisation of conferences. These activities will expose you to scientists and their research topics. After finishing the Master’s programme, you will know how to prepare, attend, and process the information provided during presentations, lunch talks, mini-conferences, and poster sessions.
You will also experience working in a research team (both traditional face-to-face cooperation and cooperation by means of multimedia applications). Through these activities, you will learn the rules of scientific cooperation and communication.
Students who regard the MSc as the terminus of their academic education can capitalise on their:
- Research experience
- Foreign language fluency
- Analytical, research, and reporting skills
- Successful completion of a demanding programme
Career event at the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences
Student representatives of all research orientated Master's programmes of the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences organise a career event for the second-year students. Researchers from non-academic institutions will be present.