International Master´s Degree Programme in Biomedical Imaging
Do you want to study in stimulating research environment in the country with beautiful nature and high-tech innovations?
Are you interested in studying Biomedical Imaging in the laboratories where Stefan Hell did his Nobel prize awarded research with super resolution?
Call for applications for studies in Turku, Finland starting in August 2021 is opening on January 7th.
International Master´s programme in Biomedical Imaging is a two year (120 ECTS) programme jointly administrated by the Faculty of Science and Engineering at Åbo Akademi University, Turku, Finland and the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Turku (Masters programme in Biomedical Sciences). Close cooperators are the national Turku PET Centre, Turku Center for Disease Modeling, Turku Centre for Biotechnology and the Turku University Hospital.
Programme is aimed at students with a B.Sc. degree in the Life Sciences or applicable areas of biomedical sciences, physics, chemistry or engineering. The interdisciplinary curriculum provides the graduates with a broad spectrum of the most recent knowledge in biomedical imaging related to many application areas in cell biology, medicine and nanotechnology. One of the great examples of our diverse success is the 2014 Nobel Prize in Chemistry shared by Prof. Stefan W. Hell, who has made his original publications on STED microscopy in Turku.
Programme is tuition free for Finnish and European students and the language of instruction is English. For students outside EU/ETA the tuition fees apply, but scholarships are available.
Application period: January 7-20 2021
Studies start: August/September 2021
Programme duration: 2 years, 120 ECTS
Teaching language: English