11 Nov
00:00 - 16:00

Faculty of Health, Medicine and Life Sciences | masters online info sessions

Are you interested in a master's programme at the Faculty of Health, Medicine and Life Sciences? We are happy to provide you with all the information you need to make a confident decision. If you are unable to attend a Master's Open Day, there are various online information sessions where academic staff and students present their programme and answer your questions.

What to expect

  1. Programme presentation by programme coordinator
  2. Learn more about admission requirements and career prospects
  3. Get to know our unique problem-based learning method
  4. Ask our academic staff and student ambassador anything you like


Did you attend a University of Applied Sciences for your bachelor? We will host an online session with more information on the transition to a master's programme at Maastricht University. Register for this session via the registration form.

Master's programmes Short description Time (CET )
Arts-Klinisch Onderzoeker (taught in Dutch) A unique combination of in-house patient-centered research
and medical practice. Get hands-on experience as a physician and researcher at Maastricht University.
11:30 – 12:30
Biomedical Sciences Specialise in biomedical research techniques. Study the cause, treatment and prevention of diseases and how these insights can benefit the patient. A highly practical programme with six specialisations and an extensive internship period. 12:40 – 13:40 
Epidemiology Study epidemiology in all its facets: calculating disease trends
and probabilities, communicating findings to the public and designing and implementing interventions based on data.
Become a registered certified Epidemiologist A (Dutch system).
15:00 – 16:00
Global Health
Focus on the complexity of global health and its relation to technological innovation and social, political and economic
change.  Work on assignments with students from other countries, giving you a unique interdisciplinary, cross-cultural learning experience.
13:50 – 14:50
Governance and leadership in European Public Health Stand in the middle of policy making and analyse public health systems throughout Europe. Learn to prepare, support and monitor healthcare decision-making processes in an international context. 15:00 – 16:00
Health and Digital Transformation Learn to translate and facilitate digital healthcare innovations
for patients, professionals and organisations. Bridge the gap between technology, data science and the healthcare industry.
15:00 – 16:00
Health Education and Promotion Focus on the core elements of understanding and changing health-related behavior and how interventions and policies can be implemented and evaluated. 13:50 – 14:50
Health Food Innovation Management Learn to develop new food and nutrition solutions to optimise health and prevent and treat disease. Practice to launch a health food product from being just an idea to the market. 11:30 – 12:30
Healthcare Policy, Innovation and Management Focus on managing organisations in the constantly changing healthcare systems. Learn how to find, implement, manage, evaluate and improve innovative solutions in healthcare. 12:40 – 13:40
Human Movement Sciences Cover all aspects of the relationship between physical activity and health – from patients trying to get better, to individuals just trying to stay fit, to top athletes aiming for the pinnacle of their sport. 11:30 – 12:30

Occupational Health and Sustainable Work
Previously known as Work, Health and Career

Learn how to develop cutting edge interventions and strategies
to ensure occupational health throughout workers’ entire career.
12:40 – 13:40


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