These are all questions you’ll be able to answer using the translational skills you’ll have acquired during the programme. Not only that, but you’ll be able to reflect on and analyse the outcomes of your research, and communicate that to third parties who may have little to no knowledge of neuroscience.
Become a better neuroscientist
What can you do after your Master's degree?
Pursue an academic career
The majority of graduates from the programme continue their academic research in the form of a PhD position – most often in neuroscience but sometimes in philosophy or psychiatry. Alumni have carried out research in a wide variety of areas that take advantage of the cross-pollination between neuroscience and philosophy.
Alternatively, your Master’s degree would be good preparation for a career as an advisor or policymaker in governments or NGOs, or as a scientific journalist for publications.