Vitality and Ageing (MSc)
FAQ about Vitality & Ageing
Is your question not on this FAQ? Please contact us for a personalised answer via: email@example.com.
For more information you can get in touch with the Master team:
- Chat with a Vitality & Ageing student directly via Unibuddy or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
- Chat with an alumni, teacher or the study advisor via email@example.com
- Give us a call on (+31) 071-5265223
- Plan a Skype call with a Vitality & Ageing student by appointment via firstname.lastname@example.org
- Join our Online Experience Day on May 28
Currently, education at the Master’s Vitality & Ageing continues successfully online.
For the time being, all educational programmes at Leiden University are preparing to provide their teaching from September 2020 up to and including January 2021 largely online, and where possible in the University buildings. For more information check out the Leiden University website.
For more personal questions, please contact us via email@example.com or (+31) 071-5265223.
The master’s Vitality and Ageing is a fulltime 1-year programme. It is not recommendable to study two master’s at once. We recommend students with the ambition to study 2 master’s to organise them consecutively (before or after your medical internships for example).
Yes! There are various options to get in touch with one of the Vitality and Ageing students or alumni. Contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org to get an appointment with one of our students or alumni.
For all housing requests, please find your answer at the Leiden University Housing page.
For personal circumstances which influence your study ability you can get in touch with our study advisor Lucia Creveld. You can email email@example.com to get in contact and get an appointment (by phone) to the studyadvisor Lucia Creveld.
The Master Vitality & Ageing is a full-time programme. You are expected to spend 40 hours per week on your studies (incl. contact hours, (group) assignments and self-study). To get an impression of the schedule, please see the timetable for the current academic year as well as the curriculum.
There are possibilities to spread out courses over a longer period of time. For more information please contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org.
A list of free admissible Bachelor’s backgrounds can be found here. Students with other Bachelor’s backgrounds than mentioned in this list are invited to submit a request for admission to the Board of Admissions of the master’s. This request will be individually reviewed.
If you think you are admissible, please send an e-mail to email@example.com, so that we can estimate your chances.
At this moment it is not possible to start the study program on 1 February. The first available moment to start is 1 September.