Medical Biology

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Medical Biology

Level
Language
English
Credits
30 ECTS
Startmonths
Start: February
Locations
Groningen
  • Science and Engineering
  • Sports and Health
  • Environment

Does a career in Medical Biology appeal to you? Do you want to learn all about the biological processes that are going on in the human body? Apply for the exchange programme Medical Biology!

About this minor

During the exchange programme Medical Biology you will learn about the cells in the human body and their different biological processes in more detail. For instance about the two major pathways for triggering the blood clotting cascade, the pathology of our kidneys and livers and how autoimmunity and vaccines work.

Besides the theoretical modules, there is a large project in the laboratory. These projects differ from student to student, but are strongly linked to ongoing health-related research at the Research Centre Biobased Econnomy (KCBBE). Examples are the development of cell-based bioassays, antimicrobial activity of anthocyanins and the study of signal transduction pathways linked.

Title ECTS Credits Course code
Cell Biology 2 3 BOVH19RCELB2
Pathology 2 3 BOVH19RPATH2
Laboratory Course 11 8 BOVH22RLABMB11
Dutch Language and Culture/Intercultural Team Building 1 BOVH22RIAC1
Hematology 5 BOVH22RHEMAT
Clinical Immunology 3 BOVH19RCLIMM
Laboratory Course 12 7 BOVH22RLABMB12

We offer you

  • Theoretical and project work in the fields of Medical Biology
  • Contact with real-life projects and the institute, companies or research centres involved
  • Participation in an international atmosphere, consisting of students from different countries and cultural backgrounds, including the Netherlands

Before you can start

This exchange semester is open to students who have completed two or three years of a bachelor's programme in the field of (molecular) Biology, Biotechnology or Biochemistry, or comparable. We also require a CEFR level of B2 or higher.

For questions about the content of this exchange programme, please contact the coordinator via the 'Contact & FAQ' tab above.

Admission & application

Please check with your home university whether there is an agreement set up with the Hanze School that is offering the exchange programme of your choice. To apply for and be admitted for our exchange programme you should take the following steps

  • 1. Be nominated by your home university

    Once you have been nominated, your nomination will be checked by us and confirmed to your home university by email. You will receive your application link during our application period.

  • 2. Submit your online application

    Once you have been nominated by your home university you will receive a personal application link and the application instructions during our application period. The application is fully digital and documents do not have to be send by email or postal mail. Make sure you do not miss our application deadline!

  • 3. Letter of Acceptance

    Once you have submitted your application we will check your documents. If you have to re-submit any documents, we will let you know. We will be sending out Acceptance Letters from the beginning of May when you start in September and from the middle of October when you start in February.

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Fields of interest

  • Environment
  • Science and Engineering
  • Sports and Health
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