Medicine, Profile Molecular Medicine

SubjectMedicine, Biology


Type of DegreeBSc

CostEUR 2,314

Cost non-EUEUR 32,000

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Is this programme for you?

This programme suits you if you are interested in people and want to help improve the lives of those suffering ill health; you are interested in healthcare; you are a good communicator, a team player; and you can handle pressure. In addition to the theoretical knowledge, you will develop practical skills and a professional attitude. A medical degree involves six years of intense studying before you take your final exams, which means you will need a lot of dedication and passion to complete the course.

Why study Medicine with the University of Groningen?

Established in 1614, the Faculty of Medical Sciences is the second oldest in the Netherlands. We have designed a problem-based curriculum, which is both patient and student centred.

Our new teaching programme gives you the chance to choose between two English-taught learning communities: Molecular Medicine or Global Health.

After the Bachelor phase, students from both programmes enter the three-year Dutch-taught Master's degree programme together and graduate after six years as a physician.

How to apply

Candidates must have three A-levels in the following subjects: Biology, Chemistry, Physics or Mathematics.

This programme has a numerus fixus of 410 students per year. The application deadline is 15 January.

Students who have not received their A-level grades may be at a disadvantage when applying.

Career opportunities

GP, medical specialist, company physician, psychiatrist, physician-researcher, policy worker in a hospital or government ministry.

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