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Master of European Studies (M.E.S.)

The Postgraduate Master of European Studies is a one-year full time/two-year part time MA program that equips a class of approximately 25 students with an in depth, interdisciplinary knowledge about the European Union. In a unique cooperation, Freie Universität Berlin and Technische Universität Berlin have jointly offered the program since 1998. The curriculum is geared towards students interested in developing EU-related expertise for subsequent employment in public administration, non-governmental organisations or business. On-the-job experience and networking are integral elements of the program. We offer you:
- A one year full-time postgradual Master programme, academic degree: Master of European Studies (M.E.S)
- Practice-oriented education via internships, excursions and teaching staff
- An international and interdisciplinary approach: our teaching is comprised of legal, economic, political, and cultural sciences, and an international and motivated student and faculty body
- Berlin as an ideal and strategic location to study European Integration: as Germany´s capital and connecting point between Eastern, Western and Central Europe, it is one of the main stages for political and cultural activity, and seat of many national and international organisations

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Individual PhD at the Munich Medical Research School

The Munich Medical Research School (MMRS) is a central institution of the LMU's Medical Faculty. It is designed as an umbrella structure spanning all doctoral studies (regular doctoral theses and structured Ph.D. programs) in the areas of human medicine, dental medicine, human biology and the life sciences.

As not all departments of the LMU's Medical Faculty are able to establish a core area with a graduate program (i.e. International Health, Oral Sciences), future PhD students now have the possibility of applying for a tailor-made PhD "Medical Research" within their area of research.

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Graduate Research Training Program PharMetrX

The Graduate Research Training Program PharMetrX: Pharmacometrics & Computational Disease Modelling is a novel joint initiative in Germany between the Freie Universität Berlin and the Universität Potsdam, supported by the research-driven pharmaceutical companies AbbVie Deutschland GmbH & Co. KGBoehringer Ingelheim Pharma GmbH & Co. KGF. Hoffmann-La Roche LtdGrünenthal GmbHMerck KGaA and SANOFI.

It offers its graduate students a unique opportunity to experience research in the area of drug development and optimising drug therapy jointly within academia and industry.

The interdisciplinary PhD program is designed as a 3.5-year research program including a structured research training curriculum of advanced academic & industrial modules and a competitive research fellowship.

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