The UAM Master’s Program in Neuroscience offers a deep and multidisciplinary training on the structure and function of the human nervous system, with a focus on cellular and functional systems. It is aimed both at preparing students for a Doctorate program in Neuroscience, or for other professional activities in the fields of Education, Research, Communication or Health that increasingly rely on neuroscientific knowledge.

The Program is taught by professional researchers from the UAM Department of Anatomy, Histology & Neuroscience and from the Cajal Institute of the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC). Additional professors come from other UAM, University of Alcalá, and National Open University (UNED) Departments, from other CSIC institutes, as well as guest speakers from other national and foreign scientific institutions.

Obtaining a UAM Master’s Degree in Neuroscience requires passing 90 European Credit Transfer System credits (ECTS) over 3 or 4 Semesters. The Program is taught mostly in Spanish, although its activities require a fluent level of English.

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