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Master of Science (MSc) in Pharmaceutical Medicine
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What does the MSc study course impart?
The MSc study course comprises four semesters and is non-consecutive, i.e. it is not based on a specific bachelor course. The study programme with emphasis on research is focussed on theoretical courses and current projects imparting a profound knowledge in various aspects of pharmaceutical medicine. By conducting own research projects students are to develop professional skills in the pharmaceutical sciences which are mainly applicable in the pharmaceutical or pharmacy-related industry and pharmaceutical research institutions.
How is the MSc study course structured/duration?
The study course covers two years and is divided into 12 modules with 19 study units taught in block seminars on Thursday afternoon, Friday and Saturday at the University of Duisburg-Essen. Each study unit concludes with an examination.
Which entrance requirements exist for the MSc study course?
Applicants should have a degree in one of the following areas:
Which language is used in the MSc study course?
Whereas most modules are held in English, individual study units are held in German, i.e. in general, there is a bilingual conception of the MSc study course.
How much does it cost to participate in the MSc study course?
• Study Course Master of Science (MSc) in Pharmaceutical Medicine: € 14.850,-- ( € 7.425,-- per year)
• Certificate of Advanced Studies in Pharmaceutical Medicine (15 study units): € 12.000,-- (€ 4.000,-- per semester)
• Certificate of Advanced Studies in Pharmacetuical Medicine (10 study units + final assignment): € 9.000,-- (€ 4.500,-- per semester)
• Single study unit: € 900,--
How to apply for the MSc study course?
Interested persons can apply in writing at the Examination board “MSc of Pharmaceutical Medicine”, c/o Ms Gudrun Bayer-Kulla, Institute for Education in Pharmaceutical Medicine (PME); Alfred-Herrhausen-Straße 44, 58455 Witten, Germany or by Email at vanessa.foschepoth[at]pme-institute.com