Five European universities have joined efforts in this international, collaborative master programme of Comparative Vertebrate Morphology (EUCOMOR).
The programme trains you to be deployed in a broad and rapidly evolving biomedical scientific environment.
You will learn how to give advice on specific aspects of the use of laboratory animal-related biomedical research, particularly in the field of comparative vertebrate morphology and animal-free techniques, on the basis of analyses, interpretation and decision.
The programme anticipates on a European or global professional field by means of its learning outcomes and the programme’s content.
This ensures that you can play a scientific, teaching and advising role within biomedical research and education concerning comparative (vertebrate) morphology.
A career in research, in industry, in academia and in governmental services with the attitude of a lifelong learner is possible.