Master

MSC PROGRAMMES

NIHES offers Masters of Science programmes for Bachelors at graduate level and for Masters at postgraduate level. These programmes all start in August with the Erasmus Summer Programme and combine theoretical training and practical research training.

 

Master programme overview

Master of Science in Health Sciences | 1 Year | FULL-TIME | 70 ECTS

For whom?

This MSc programme focuses on training students who are already educated in research methodology, but wish to take a step further in developing a successful career in health science research. This programme is also interesting if you want to enhance your chances of pursuing a PhD.

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Specialisations

  • Epidemiology
  • Clinical Epidemiology
  • Genetic Epidemiology
  • Public Health
  • Pharmaco Epidemiology
  • Medical Psychology
  • Biostatistics

Research Master in Clinical Research | 2 Years | FULL-TIME | 120 ECTS

For whom?

There is a great need for clinicians who can combine patient care and research. This Research Master programme is a unique opportunity for medical students to become clinical investigators and pursue an academic career simultaneously.

This programme for ambitious students with a Bachelor degree in Medicine or Biomedical Sciences. If you are a medical student of Erasmus MC, we have accustomed the Research Master programme to your Bachelor and Master in Medicine.

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Research Master in Health Sciences | 2 Years | FULL-TIME | 120 ECTS

For whom?

Just graduated with a Bachelor Degree in clinical, public health or biomedical sciences and want to start making substantial contributions to future developments in medicine as a researcher? Then this Research Master is for you! With a wide range of specialisations and guidance from some of the greatest minds in these fields, you will be well on your way to a very successful research career.

If you are a medical student of Erasmus MC, we have accustomed the Research Master programme to your Bachelor and Master in Medicine.

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Specialisations

  • Genetic Epidemiology
  • Epidemiology
  • Clinical Epidemiology
  • Public Health
  • Health Economic Analysis
  • Medical Psychology