Elite Master Program in Neuroengineering

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The ENB Elite Master of Science program in Neuroengineering (MSNE) at the Technische Universität München is a two-year graduate program, with an optional Research Excellence Certificate, hosted by the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and the Center of Competence on Neuroengineering. The program is interdisciplinary and combines experimental and theoretical neuroscience with profound training in engineering. Besides taking a series of mandatory core courses, students will have the opportunity to choose from electives from multiple disciplines and to gain research experience under the guidance of world-renowned faculty. The program aims to attract high-profile international students and will provide a unique skill set that will open up career possibilities beyond the conventional job market.

The study program is supported by the Elite Network of Bavaria (ENB), enabling the best possible support of outstanding talents at Bavarian universities.

Applicants

Applications are accepted if received within Jan 1st and May 31st 2019. We process applications starting with January, i.e. the earlier you apply, the earlier you find about the outcome of the assessment and the admission decision. We recommend non-EU applicants to apply earlier (end of March 2019), but we will accept all applications received before May 31st.

Training in Neuroengineering - an interdisciplinary Endeavour!

Common Goal to advance technology for societal needs in

  • medical technology (e.g. recording and prostheses)
  • intelligent engineered systems (e.g. neuro-computing)

The MSNE Program Flyer provides you with an overview on most important facts and figures.