The Faculty of Science offers twenty four Master's degree programmes with diverse specialization areas. Find out more about our Master’s programmes.
Can you bring order to the information chaos?
|Bioinformatics and Systems Biology|
Solve biological questions using quantitative descriptions of biological behaviour, structure and evolution.
Flesh-eating bacteria claims more and more lives.
Get prepared for a career in Molecular Life Sciences.
How can you shorten hospital waiting lists?
Develop real-world applications for today and tomorrow.
|Computational Science (admission via University of Amsterdam)
Would you like to confront a tornado in virtual reality and predict its intentions?
From computer science theory to practical experience with the latest hardware and software.
|Drug Discovery and Safety|
Challenging, relevant, multidisciplinary, excellent research, small-scale and personal.
Shaken, not stirred.
The study of the interactions between organisms and their environment.
|Environment and Resource Management|
Can you deal with climate change?
The best possible preparation for a research position in the field of global health.
Tackle the health challenges of the future.
Water, the essence of life.
Your Digital Future: Learn the Technologies of Tomorrow Now.
|Management, Policy-Analysis and Entrepreneurship in the Health and Life Sciences (MPA)|
Develop yourself, develop your world.
Mathematics: the language of science.
|Medical Natural Sciences|
Explore a unique research combination of medical & clinical physics and clinical chemistry.
Learn about the brain in all its complexity.
|Parallel Distributed Computer Systems|
Information and Networks. Anywhere, any place, any time.
|Physics and Astronomy|
Join the cutting edge of research, from life sciences to lasers, from energy to particle and astroparticle physics.
|Science, Business & Innovation: Master's track in Chemistry and Physics|
Think big. Turn ideas into reality. Turn innovations into succesful products.
|Stochastics & Financial Mathematics|
Understand and model uncertainty with mathematical tools.