Introductory course in rheumatic diseases and rheumatic research
The course will give an overall perspective of translational research within the field of rheumatology, with focus on immunology, autoimmunity and inflammation. A major part of the course will be devoted to an individual project within rheumatology research, with laboratory, clinical or epidemiological focus, under the supervision of an experienced researcher. The student will write a project report and participate in seminars and other activities at the Rheumatology Unit.
→- Summer 2012
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- End date
- Full time (100%), Lecturing in daytime
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- Specific entry requirements
A minimum of 210 credits in medicine or natural sciences. At least 90 credits should be in one of the following subjects: biomedicine, biochemistry, cell biology, pharmacology, genetics, immunology, medicine or molecular biology.
Proficiency in the English language should be documented by an internationally recognized test such as TOEFL: internet based (iBT) with a total score of at least 90 and minimum score of 20 on written test; paper based (PBT) with a total score of at least 575, and minimum score 4.5 on written test; or IELTS (academic) with an overall mark of at least 6.5 and no band less than 6.0; or other documentation that according to regulations certifies the equivalence of English B at Swedish upper secondary school.
The selection is based on academic credits (30-285).
- Application code
- Application deadline
- Application opens
The online application opens approximately one month before deadline.
Apply at universityadmissions.se
- Application fee
- 900 SEK
- Total amount
- 40 000 SEK
- First instalment
- 40 000 SEK
Application and tuition fees
If you have citizenship within the EU/EEA, or Switzerland, you are not required to pay application or tuition fees. For further details: universityadmissions.se.
- Advanced level
- Department of Medicine, Solna