Admission and Scholarship
A second class honours degree or equivalent in a science, biotechnology, medicinal chemistry, medical or engineering subject.
Admission is granted on a competitive basis. A Commission examines the CVs of the candidates and evaluates their abilities to carry out research.
The School awards a limited number of scholarships on a merit basis. Each scholarship is for about Euro 13650 per year plus School tuition fees. The study grant is increased by 50% per month (for a maximum of 18 months) for time spent by the student at institutions abroad. For students who do not have a scholarship, the tuition and registration fees amount to about Euro 1000 per year, depending on the income.
A limited number of accommodations in University Residence is available at 120 Euro per month.
The lessons will be held in English.