You already have a bachelor’s degree in biology, chemistry, or biomedical science, but you’re still fascinated by the biochemical unity that underlies the world’s biological diversity? Then the master’s in Biomolecular Sciences is the programme you’re looking for! This fundamentally multidisciplinary and predominantly research-oriented programme covers the various boundaries between chemical, biological, physical and computational sciences and focuses on the understanding of cellular processes, biological molecules and their interactions.Download the brochure
Students have their say
My story at VUB started when I applied for the Erasmus exchange programme. A warm welcome and a variety of activities for newcomers made getting settled in a new city a pleasant experience. It was easy to make new friends, and discovering Brussels and its secrets was very exciting. After my Erasmus exchange, I decided to apply for the Master in Biomolecular Sciences. The diversified programme broadened my scientific horizons and was the perfect choice after finishing a Bachelor in Biotechnology at the University of Gdansk in Poland. During practical trainings I was introduced to many new laboratory techniques and got an overview of scientific work at VUB. The one-year master project was a great opportunity to gain experience in independent laboratory work. I've been living here for three years and I am now working at the laboratory. So my story at VUB continues…
after your education
If you want to continue your academic career, you can apply for a PhD position at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel. All you need is a promoter, research subject and sufficient funding. Are you up for this challenge?
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