Cognitive Neuroscience (research) (MSc)
Do you want to know more about the research master's specialisation Cognitive Neuroscience and what it's like to study in Leiden? Leiden University offers several information activities to help you choose a master's programme.
Online information Activities
Relating to the stricter measures to prevent the spreading of the coronavirus, Leiden University will not be able to provide on campus information activities till the end of this academic year. Therefore our information events will take place online. It is possible that the format of these days will be different from the usual events but we will try our best to inform you as well as possible. Some examples of information activities are live stream information presentations, Q&A's with teachers and study advisers or online lectures.
Are you exploring your options for a master’s programme? You can learn a lot by coming to our Master’s Open Days. Attend presentations by the different programmes, visit the information fairs, and ask lecturers, students, alumni and study advisers all your questions. And you’ll get to know the best student cities right in the heart of Europe in the Netherlands.
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Are you interested in a specific master’s specialisation in Psychology? Do you want to know more about what it is like to follow this master’s specialisation at Leiden University? By attending a lecture and discussions with a student, you can learn more about the programme that you are considering. Be a Student for a Day!
Do you want to have more information about what studying at Leiden University is like? Register for one of the online webinars or follow a Massive Open Online Course in order to get acquainted with the University when you are not able to visit the campus.
'In Portugal all Master’s degrees in Psychology take two years, so I was amazed to hear there are one-year Master’s programmes in the Netherlands. I was always planning to do the two-year Research Master’s here, but now I’m wondering whether a one-year Master’s might be a better option. I came here today to hear the differences between the two. This will help me work out which is best for me.'