The master’s programme in Artificial Intelligence focuses on the design and creation of intelligent systems that can, for example, play games, control robots or analyse data. You’ll learn to develop computational solutions to problems and provide up-to-date scientific and technological advice.
Biobased Materials is a two-year master’s programme, taught at the Brightlands Chemelot Campus in Geleen. It focusses on the development and production techniques of novel, biobased materials that are necessary for the transition to a sustainable economy.
Biomedical Sciences is the perfect programme if you have an interest in the causes, treatment and prevention of diseases. This highly practical programme will train you to unravel the molecular mechanisms in health and disease and will teach you how these insights can benefit patients.
Business Research is a two-year, English-language master’s programme that starts in September. You’ll learn the latest methodologies for business research and gain the experience and skills to maximise the impact of your research. It will give you an excellent foundation for a PhD or a research career within business, government or academia.
The research master in Cultures of Arts, Science and Technology is a programme that focuses on the roles of science, technology and the arts in modern culture. In two years, you will develop the analytical and methodological skills to pursue a career in research at a university or a knowledge institute such as a museum or an advisory board.
Data Science for Decision Making deals with mathematical methods and techniques needed to optimise processes within non-profit organisations and businesses. The master’s programme in Data Science for Decision Making focuses on providing you with the mathematical tools to extract meaningful information from large datasets. You’ll learn to use mathematics to analyse and optimise processes, problems and operations.
This two-year interdisciplinary master in European Studies offers tailor-made training for a career that requires strong research competences, for example in academia or in a think tank, in politics or journalism. Choose your own study and research specialisation (Europe and the World / Governance and Representation in Europe / Historicising European Union) and graduation package (Double Degree with Cologne University, DE / Study Abroad / Research Internship).
The master’s programme Forensic Psychology prepares you for a career as a scientist practitioner in the mental health field. You will learn about the psychology of people who come into contact with the law, and will receive the specialised skills training you need to work in this diverse, complex and challenging field.
In the Health Food Innovation programme, you will learn how to develop and market new food products while taking both health and profitability into account.
In the International Laws programme, you’ll combine courses from our Globalisation and Law and European Law School programmes with training in two foreign languages. You’ll have the opportunity to personalise your degree and specialise in a topic that fits your interests and ambitions. After you graduate, you’ll be able to place various legal systems and principles in the context of European integration and globalisation.
This selective master provides six top training specialisations in Cognitive and Clinical Neuroscience for students aiming to become high-level researchers in academia, or envisioning a career in industrial, governmental, clinical, or other work environments. It offers top-rated education by excellent teachers who are also internationally recognised research experts in the topics they teach. Distinguishing aspects of the programme are its small-scale, group-based education, allowing for close interaction with both the teaching staff and other highly motivated students, and its attractive mix of theoretical and practical training. We invite you to explore the profile of each specialisation and the practical details of how to apply!
Research methodology is the cornerstone of evidence-based practice in health sciences and healthcare. This 2-year research master’s is your entrance key to the world of research in healthcare, preparing you to become an independent researcher, with a bright career in science. To either obtain a PhD position or to get a place in an industrial environment. The programme allows you to take enough electives to obtain specialised knowledge and to build a network with your mentors and professors.
In the master’s programme Systems Biology, you’ll learn how you apply mathematical tools such as modelling, data handling and informatics to biology and biomedical sciences. You’ll gain all the skills you need to have major impact on medical research, including drug development and biotechnology.