European Master's Programme in Comparative Vertebrate Morphology (in English)

The European Master's Programme in Comparative Morphology (EUCOMOR) - an Erasmus Mundus Joint Programme - will offer in depth knowledge and practical skills associated with comparative morphology of vertebrates as well as microscopic techniques, molecular and in vivo non-invasive imaging techniques.

Based upon the learning outcomes, the students will be trained to analyse and answer scientific problems related to the domain of comparative morphology and to use appropriate methods and techniques.

 

Duration and structure of the programme

The Master's Programme comprises 4 semesters totalling 120 ECTS credits. It is composed of 2 compulsory modules, 2 required elective modules and a Master's thesis.

 

Requirements for admission

Applicants to the European Master's Programme in Comparative Vertebrate Morphology are required to have a Bachelor's degree in life sciences with a minimum of 180 ECTS.  Proof of English language skills is required for admission.

 

Curriculum Comparative Vertebrate Morphology

"European Master's Programme in Comparative Vertebrate Morphology" curriculum [Link 1] (PDF, 429 KB)

 

Website "European Master in Comparative Vertebrate Morphology"

Website "European Master in Comparative Vertebrate Morphology" (EUCOMOR) [Link 2]

 

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