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Regenerative Medicine and Technology

Universiteit Utrecht

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The new Master's programme aims to educate the next generation of scientists and engineers to innovate at the intersection of biomedical science, technology and clinical applications.

The master program One Health focuses on multidisciplinary research on the interface of public health, animal health and environmental health with a clear focus on infectious diseases.
1200 characters: This master programme educates multidisciplinary researchers in the field of One Health. The One Health approach in research involves interdisciplinary research by collaborations between physicians, veterinarians, epidemiologists, microbiologists and ecologists. Within One Health public health threats related to animals and environment are being monitored, studied, evaluated, modeled and controlled. The program will contain theoretical courses, research projects, a writing assignment, and seminars. The program consists of a combination of different disciplines: zoonotic diseases and (re) emerging diseases, (molecular) epidemiology, ecology and wildlife, risk analysis and risk prevention. Graduates of this programme are prepared for a PhD position, but other possibilities are consultancy or policy within the commercial or public sector.


2018 Full-time Institutioneel € 21797 / jaar
2018 Full-time Internationaal € 23882 / jaar
2018 Full-time Wettelijk voorgeschreven € 2060 / jaar

1st year

The student creates his or her own Master's programme of 120 ECTS credits. The components of the programme can be followed in any given order, except for the obligatory introductory course. This course must be followed before all other components of the programme. The remaining components are the electives, two large internships, seminars, and a written assignment.


This programme is unique in its form. A collaborative effort of Biomedical Sciences in Utrecht and Biomedical Engineering at the Eindhoven University of Technology, including education and training at these two renown institutes.


The student creates his or her own Master's programme of 120 ECTS credits. The components of the programme can be followed in any given order, except for the obligatory course. Other components are:
Obligatory Introductory Course (15 ECTS credits), Elective Courses (12 ECTS credits), Minor Research Project (33 ECTS credits), Master's Thesis (7.5 ECTS credits), Major Research Project (51 ECTS credits) and Seminars (1.5 ECTS credits).


This unique programme combines the best of two worlds: the expertise and facilities of the Graduate School of Life Sciences in Utrecht and of the Graduate Program Life Sciences and Engineering in Eindhoven. All Utrecht Master's and PhD programmes that focus on microorganisms, plants, animals, humans, the molecules of life, and health & disease, are organised by the Graduate School of Life Sciences. The School combines training and education for Master's and PhD students.


Various research lines are explored at the University Medical Center Utrecht (UMC Utrecht), Utrecht University, and Eindhoven University of Technology. In Utrecht, RM is a major focus in virtually all research disciplines, including cardiovascular and musculoskeletal systems, paediatrics, organ failure (e.g. gut, liver, kidney), and stem cells. For example, at the Department of Orthopaedics, the regeneration of cartilage and bone is studied at the cellular and tissue level.

Niveau WO
Vorm Full-time
Incompany Nee
Open inschrijving Nee
Doorlooptijd 24 maanden
Type MSc (Master of Science)
Kosten (indicatie) Tussen de €450 en €1350
Titulatuur MSc (Master of Science)
Benodigde taalkennis Engels
Gefinancierd Regering
Afronding Diploma
Credits 120