Bachelor diploma Biomedical Sciences or equivalent.
The number of ECTS will be between 29.0-49.0 (dependent on profile)
In order to achieve the objectives the student familiarises him/herself with the existing knowledge in the field to which the research question pertains. He/she carries out individual research in order to obtain answers to the research questions and participates as a member of the research team, in the departmental and/or laboratory consultations and in work discussions.
This research project includes the usual stages of planning and preliminary literature research, the research itself and reporting of the results, both written and orally.
Gains knowledge and understanding of the field, thus providing a basis and opportunity for originality in developing and applying ideas
Shows problem solving abilities in new or unfamiliar environments within broader contexts
Integrates knowledge and handles complexity
Clearly communicates conclusions, and the knowledge and rationale underlying these conclusions, to specialist audiences
Develops an academic attitude
All course and group schedules are published on our LUMC scheduling website or on the LUMC scheduling app.
Mode of instruction
Research internship. At the end of the internship the student must present and document his/her results in a report and an oral presentation (with guidance and corrections of the scientific supervisor(s) and of Communication in Science tutors). Outcomes are also communicated to peer students by an oral presentation at the yearly Biomedical Sciences Symposium.
Total course load is the amount of EC’s multiplied with 28 hours.
At the end of the internship, the student is assessed on the following aspects: - Project activities (knowledge, skills, independence, originality, scientific quality, social skills, motivation)
Written report (scientific content; scientific writing skills)
Oral presentation (content/structure, presentation skills)
Blackboard will be used during this course.
Students are required to register for exams through uSis. The registration for a working group is done by handing in your ‘studieplan’.
Guidelines for a successful internship are provided with the application form of the internship.
JRP-I needs to be approved beforehand by the Master’s Internship Committee. Therefore, please send in an application form at least four weeks before the foreseen start of your project via Kl-app. JRP-I is subject to the Procedures Training Periods/Research Projects. These regulations require detailed written agreements in the application form between project coordinator and student, that specify the conditions for the Research Project. Please consult these regulations beforehand through LUMC’s educational webpages (or blackboard) and act accordingly.
Please also check the following document on Blackboard: Role of ‘Communication in Science’ (CiS) during the Master’s Biomedical Sciences.