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You can apply online. Application deadline Dutch students: continuous application (2 months before start), international students: 1 May.
An academic Bachelor’s degree in one of the following fields: Biology or Life Science and Technology, majoring in Molecular Life Sciences or Biomedical Sciences; Biology, including specialization in Molecular Biology or Biotechnology or Medical Biology (incl. completed courses on General Chemistry and Bioinformatics); Chemistry, including specialization in Biochemistry or Biophysical Chemistry; Life Science and Technology, including specialization in Genomics and Proteomics or Molecular Medical Cell Biology.
For all the necessary information about the application procedure and admission requirements make sure you visit our website.
Tuition fees EU/EER nationals approx. € 2,060
Tuition fees non-EU nationals approx. € 14,200
To see if you are eligible for a scholarship or grant, use our grantfinder (www.rug.nl/grantfinder) (Many students apply for these scholarships and only a few are available. Plus, you have to be aware that many of our programmes require that you apply approximately two months before the official application deadline of the programme.)
Cost of living
Estimated costs for one year approx.
€ 10,000–12,000, excluding travel costs and tuition fees
Colophon: December 2017, University of Groningen, Photos: Elmer Spaargaren, Michel de Groot, Gerard Kingma, Design: In Ontwerp