Master's program
Program's main objective
The field of medical biotechnology holds great promise for creating novel approaches to enhance human well-being. Biotechnology is crucial to the development of medications, vaccines, treatments, and diagnostic tests because it helps us comprehend the molecular and cellular mechanisms behind diseases.

With a Master’s degree in Medical Biotechnology, you have the exceptional opportunity to work with top academics and business experts around the globe to develop transdisciplinary curricula at the intersection of physics, math, and biology.
Who is this program intended for?
Graduates with a bachelor’s degree who have experience in the biological and computer sciences, such as molecular biology, genetics, immunology, programming, coding, statistics, mathematics.

Conditions of admission

Language skills
Upper-intermediate or above in English
Minimum required knowledge
Basic understanding of genetics, molecular biology, and biochemistry
15 seats per program
2 years
Tuition fee or scholarship
Skills obtained during education program
  • Experimental biology
    Knowledge and expertise in the practical use of tissue engineering, molecular and cellular biotechnology, and genomic engineering techniques.
  • Drug research
    Modern technologies for the development of drugs and vaccines
  • Data analysis
    Abilities in bioinformatics and molecular modeling
Career prospects
The field of biotechnology is increasing quickly due to advancements in molecular biology research as well as increased demand for medical diagnostics and treatments.

Students who complete the program will receive a cutting-edge scientific education and be equipped for a variety of employment in pharmaceutical and biotechnology firms. Students will gain expertise utilizing professional research

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