Os reenviamos un mensaje sobre sobre el Master en Brain and Cognition de la Universitat Pompeu Fabra.
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The Master’s programme in Brain and Cognition at Universitat Pompeu Fabra (Barcelona) provides its graduates with the necessary theoretical, intellectual and empirical tools to pursue an academic career (PhD programme) in cognitive neuroscience or in a related discipline.
Students enrolling in the Brain and Cognition Master will receive specialized training from renowned scientists on different research areas such as computational neuroscience, cognitive neuroscience, psycholinguistics, vision, multisensory perception and attention, human development and, comparative cognition.
The master’s programme will be of the interest to psychologists, philosophers, MDs, biologists, linguists, mathematicians, bioengineers and, physicists seeking to pursue a career focusing on the fascinating question of how the relationship between the mind and the brain enables cognitive functions. The programme is particularly suitable for those who want to achieve skills and in-depth scientific knowledge into the latest, most relevant findings on brain and cognition, and seek to enrich their careers with a solid basis of cognitive and computational neuroscience. The level of demand of this one-year master’s programme corresponds to the second year of a two-year master’s in other international programmes.
After completion of the Brain and Cognition master, graduates will be well positioned to enter a PhD programme in Cognitive Neuroscience and to pursue a scientific career at the Center for Brain and Cognition or other international research institutions.
Calendar Timetable: 1 academic year full time, 2 academic years part time (60 ECTS credits). From September to July.
1st term: 20,5 credits (17,5 credits’ worth of subjects, 1 credit towards the planning of the master’s degree final project under the supervision of a CBC faculty member, and 2 credits’ worth of seminar activity).
2nd term: 18,5 credits (5,5 credits’ worth of subjects, 10 credits of work towards the master’s degree final project, and 3 credits’ worth of seminar activity).
3rd term: 21 credits (3 credits’ worth of subjects, 16 credits of work towards the master’s degree final project, and 2 credits’ worth of seminar activity).
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