After completing the Biomedical Sciences Master’s programme, you will have the knowledge, skills and understanding required to operate as an independent professional within the disciplines covered by the Master's programme, and to be a suitable candidate for a subsequent career in biomedical research.
Understand the core of health
What can you do after your Master's degree?
Start a PhD research project
With a Master’s degree in Biomedical Sciences, you will have the relevant knowledge and skills to pursue a career in a wide variety of positions. Or, you can decide to continue expanding your knowledge and apply for a Ph.D. position.
If you choose the research profile, you could become – among other things – an Immunology Ph.D. candidate, a Clinical Research Associate or an Analytical Project Manager.
Having completed the Master's programme in Biomedical Sciences, your career prospects are promising.
The research-oriented specialisations will enable you to embark on a career in research. The specialisation in International Public Health will equip you for a career as scientific researcher, policymaker, advisor or manager in the field of international public health at a university, research institute, government ministry, industry, non-governmental or international organisation.
Do your interests lean more towards direct societal impact? Then your career path might include roles as a product manager, consultant, communication officer and more.