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Study translational neurosciences at Groningen
The Medical Sciences Summer School: Translational Neurosciences at the University of Groningen in the Netherlands is designed for students who are in the last part of their degree education program and consists of interactive lectures and problem-solving conferences.
Students enrolled in this 2-week Medical Sciences Summer School: Translational Neurosciences have the opportunity to take part in demonstrations of patients as well as site visits.
Giving a general introduction to different aspects of neurology, the Medical Sciences Summer School: Translational Neurosciences contains workshops and lectures in following subjects:
- Neuromuscular diseases
- Multiple sclerosis
- Cerebral vascular diseases
- Neurodegenerative diseases
- Intensive care neurology
- Paediatric neurology
Upon completion of the Translational Neurosciences program, graduates earn a certificate.
Admission requirements for the Medical Sciences Summer School: Translational Neurosciences at the University of Groningen in the Netherlands are:
- undergraduate medical students, with a special interest in translational neurosciences
- English proficiency
Tuition & fees
Tuition fees for the Medical Sciences Summer School: Translational Neurosciences at the University of Groningen in the Netherlands are:
- 900 Euro per participant , including educational course, meals, accommodation in a student guesthouse, as well as social activities
- 410 Euro per participant, including educational course, meals as well as social activities
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