Is Molecular Life Sciences a good fit for you?
Are you curious about how cells in your body perform the vital processes for human life? And are you ready for some basic Chemistry and Physics to really understand the functioning of molecules? Then Molecular Life Sciences might be a very good choice for you. You’ll learn how signaling molecules are produced from the DNA and how they are transported through the cell and the body. Moreover, you’ll be studying the differences between healthy and diseased cells. You’ll get acquainted with these topics during lectures and seminars, and performing hands-on experiments in the lab.
Medical challenges can only be solved with a combined expertise in Biology, Chemistry and Medical Sciences. Most Molecular Life Sciences students end up working in a very broad team of researchers or for example as consultants or inspectors. In the Bachelor’s programme, you’ll be provided with the analytical and communication skills that you’ll need for this kind of work, including studying together with students of Chemistry and Science.
Why study Molecular Life Sciences at Radboud University?
The Bachelor's in Molecular Life Sciences was recently awarded the quality label ‘Top Programme' in the Keuzegids Bachelors 2017 (Guide to Bachelor's programmes) for the third time in five years. This indicates that the programme belongs to the very best programmes in Dutch Bachelor's education, across the entire range of disciplines.
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Molecular Life Sciences graduates from Radboud University end up in a wide range of jobs. Ten years after starting their careers those without a PhD mainly work as managers in a technological environment. Those with a PhD often become specialists with a managerial role. They continue with research in research departments at Radboud University or at other universities at home or abroad.
Molecular life scientists work in the following jobs: