The Graduate Training Centre of Neuroscience is the first international neuroscience Graduate School was established at the University of Tübingen in 1999. In the future, three Schools will provide research oriented career tracks – leading to a master or doctoral degree – that provide an ideal preparation for a career in science and academia. The three graduate programs will complement one another at best and, thus, provide a markedly broad sprectrum of neuroscience research and training opportunities in Tübingen. Teaching is entirely in English.
Application –Scholarships– Fees
Entry requirements: BSc for master program; MSc, Diploma or MD for doctoral program.
Application deadlines: January 15 for master program. Doctoral students may apply throughout the year.
The selection procedure for a place on the master program is three stepped: (1) written application, (2) subject test, (3) interview. Students interested in a doctoral project may contact research groups of their interest directly.
Scholarship are available for excellent international students. Doctoral students are generally funded through research grants.
Tuition fees for master students amount to 610 Euros per month. Doctoral students are exempted.
Graduate Training Centre of Neuroscience International Max Planck Research School University of Tübingen Österbergstr. 3 72074 Tübingen – Germany firstname.lastname@example.org
The program is scheduled to start in winter term 2011/12 (the application deadline will be January 15, 2011).
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