Master Programs

The GTC offers three thematically separate and largely complementary courses of study that provide research-oriented training in a wide spectrum of neuroscience topics. The interdisciplinary curricula link basic science and clinical research and, thereby, provide graduate students with a broad expertise in state-of-the-art neurosciences. The multitude of exciting research opportunities will enable students to pursue a demanding doctorate and aim at a career in science and academia.  Language of instruction is English.

The three master programs are:

  • Neural & Behavioural Sciences
  • Cellular & Molecular Neuroscience
  • Neural Information Processing (from 2023/24: Computational Neuroscience)

For each master program, 15 places are available per year. The courses start annually in early October (i.e., winter semester). Please note that the application deadline is already on March 31 (see ‘Application’)