Computational Biomedicine


University of Amsterdam

Partner University: University of Amsterdam

Place of Study: Russia, Netherlands
Outcome (diploma or credits): Master of Science (ITMO University), Master of Science (University of Amsterdam)
Duration: 2 Years, including one semester in the University of Amsterdam (120 credits)
Language: English
Application Deadline: 01 July 2018
Admission Requirements: Bachelor's degree in the field of computational science or equivalent, with excellent/good grades. CV & motivation letter. Upper-intermediate level of English. For admission to the partner university IELTS or TOEFL may be required.
Price: 183 500 RUR for Russian students, 203 500 for foreign students (the fee noted is for the first year at ITMO, the fee for the second year will be set by the Partner University).

Career Options:  engineers-researchers, analysts and software developers in leading healthcare centers and structures which are connected to the arrangement of modern healthcare (government agencies, informative analytic centers, medical insurance funds etc.), at pharmacological production industry factories, and also at the companies-developers and system integrators providing information on health care.

Do you want to become a world-class specialist in IT, to apply predictive modeling methods and process BigData sets for translational medicine and public health domains? Then this program is for you!

Benefits of the Program:

The students will learn:

Contents of the Program

ITMO University

1st Semester

2nd Semester

University of Amsterdam

3rd Semester

4th Semester

Both universities

Contact

International Admission Office

International@mail.ifmo.ru

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