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Welcome to the Medical Neurosciences program!
We are excited to virtually meet you and get you up to speed about the latest of our MSc and PhD programs.
Join us in our virtual town hall meeting!
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Getting to know us live! 9 January 2024, 12-2pm CET
Are you a future neuroscientist? Are you interested in our program's content, culture, structure and organization? Register with your name and email right now!
Medical Neurosciences focuses on translational research. The main objective is to bridge the gap between successes at the bench and – currently - less than satisfactory treatment at the bedside. To do so, we integrate basic laboratory research and the clinic in terms of faculty, students, course content and infrastructure.
Our educational approach is based on in depth classroom teaching in small groups and carefully guided practical training. The program covers the breadth of neuroscience from basic neurobiology to cognition and neurovascular diseases. Within this spectrum, we encourage and support students to develop their own research focus and career goals.
MSc graduates have the theoretical background, practical skills and faculty contact necessary for continued research in PhD projects. In the PhD program, these qualifications are further enhanced and combined with rigorous research work ranging from molecule to man.
Furthermore, our active network of current and former students offers support, inspiration and role models for many different career paths.
Interested in our program and fancy studying in an excellent research environment and experience a lively, vibrant international city?
We are happy to provide you with further information on:
- Structure, content, and requirements of the program
- Virtual town halls and Q/A sessions for those interested in applying
- Tips and strategies for your application
- Helpful hints about securing funding and living in Berlin
If you are interested in doing MSc or Ph.D. studies with us or our Neurasmus partners, or you are a faculty member or multiplicator, who would like to inform student about further career options, just sign up!
You can and should (!) apply for a DAAD scholarship before our application deadline on 15 January each year. Depending on your country, DAAD scholarship application deadlines vary from mid-October to mid-November.
If you select a scholarship that is suitable to you, check the tab “Application Procedure” for your specific deadline and application details.
FAQ & Further Links
- How is the MSc program structured?
- How to apply?
- How do I find a lab for rotations?
The Einstein Center for Neurosciences Berlin has a comprehensive list of principle investigators
- Does the program have tuition fees?
Yes, 2,500 EUR per semester.
- Does the program take care of housing?
No, unfortunately, this is not possible anymore in Berlin. studierendenWERK Berlin might be a first place to look.
- What do alumni say about the program?
- Can I also study in combination with other programs?
We are part of the multi-national Erasmus+ MSc program Neurasmus, which enables you to study at more than one universtiy and in more than one country to receive your MSc degree.