Erasmus Summer Programme 2013

Erasmus Summer Programme 2013
12th to 30th August 2013, Rotterdam, Niederlande

What are you doing next summer?

If you’re a student, researcher, executive or advisor in the health sciences, how about some á la carte research training in medicine and health?

The Erasmus Summer Programme focuses on key principles and methods of quantitative medical research. Consisting of 30 topical courses, 4 lectures and 2 master classes in just 3 weeks, it’s open to all students and health professionals, and provides essential updates across a range of applied medical and healthcare disciplines.

You can enroll for 1, 2 or 3 weeks in a single discipline, or design you own individual programme by mixing and matching courses from different disciplines. The first week provides introductory and advanced courses, the second focuses on methodology courses, and the third on advanced courses.

The MSc in Health Sciences and the MSc in Clinical Research start with the Erasmus Summer Programme. Courses are taught by leading international experts in the health sciences.

At NIHES, we’re proud to help you achieve your highest ambitions. We look forward to welcoming you next summer.

Check out the complete programme here.

For more information visit the Erasmus Summer Programme Homepage.

 

Tip:
More up to date educational events dealing with “Lifelong Learning” can be found online on the Education Database »medicine & health«.

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