The graduate schools at Science and Technology and Health have established a mutual PhD degree programme in Molecular Medicine. As a PhD student, you can be enrolled at either Science and Technology or Health, and follow the same course and assessment procedure, leading to the award of a PhD degree in Molecular Medicine.
Admission to the PhD programme in Molecular Medicine
A number of criteria must be complied with before you can be enrolled as a PhD student and complete a PhD degree in Molecular Medicine. These are described in ‘PhD degree programme in Molecular Medicine with associated Master’s degree with honours'
Important criteria are:
Calls for enrolment in the PhD degree programme in Molecular Medicine are posted separately in the Graduate School of Health’s application rounds four times a year.
If you are enrolled as a PhD student in the integrated PhD programme, you must attend a qualifying examination in connection with the completion of part A. This examination also acts as a halfway evaluation and is graded passed/failed. You can read more in ‘Guidelines for qualifying examinations’. - under construction, coming soon.