Studying Master’s degree in Protein Science at Linköping university in Sweden

Protein Science
252000SEK / year

By studying protein science at Linköping university (LiU) in Sweden, you will be prepared for such challenges as unveiling the molecular causes of disease, designing tools for early and reliable diagnoses and finding effective therapies.

This international master’s programme will let you develop lab skills working in our extensive lab facilities. You will study protein mechanisms based on complex structural aspects and mediated through protein folding, binding dynamics, selectivity, and catalytic function, as well as pharmacology and drug development. Research and teaching are highly integrated at LiU and you will be part of an internationally successful research environment, where all teachers are experienced experts in their fields.

Our graduates will have great lab experience and understanding of biomolecular interactions, which will open for careers in life science, as well as biologic pharmaceutical industries, chemical analysis companies and research.

The intended audience for this webinar are students with academic background in chemistry, chemical biology or equivalent.

SEK 252000 - NB: Applies only to students from outside the EU, EEA and Switzerland.

1. About the programme

2. Personal student experiences

3. After the studies

4. Why Sweden/LiU

5. Life in Sweden and Linköping, on Campus

6. Tips

7. Study life, typical week

8. Study structure, work load

9. Projects and papers

  • Per HammarströmProfessor
  • Johanna HultmanAlumn
Bachelor's degree with a major in the field of chemistry, chemical biology or equivalent. The Bachelor's degree (equivalent to a Swedish Kandidatexamen) shall be from an internationally recognised university; 10 ECTS credits passed in the field of biochemistry; English corresponding to the level of English in Swedish upper secondary education (English 6/B). This is normally attested by means of an internationally recognised test. (Exemption from Swedish).
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15 January 2021
August 2021