To become a master, students must complete a required number of courses at the graduate level. This degree typically takes about two years to complete as a full-time student. Choose among a wide range of topics, including engineering, art, and business.
Master 16-30 (out of 71). Master Degrees in Netherlands
The two-year Master's programme is meant for students with a scientific fascination for sport. You will study sports performance and physical activity from multiple perspectiv ... +
If you are intrigued by questions about the psychology of violence and crime, and you are not satisfied with easy answers, consider entering the master's degree programme 'Cli ... +
This master takes an evidence-based approach in that the course material covering these three areas is based on findings from (experimental) empirical research. You will learn ... +
Earn a scholarship worth up to US$10,000
The Master of Public Health is an annual 12-month Master of Public Health program organized by the KIT Royal Tropical Institute and the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (VU). This ... +
The Master of International Health (MIH) program provides health experts with the knowledge and skills they need to deal with current challenges effectively. The MIH aims to e ... +
As a student in the Research Master’s programme Molecular Mechanisms of Disease, you will find yourself in a dynamic research environment – one in which every new theoretical ... +
In the Nijmegen Master's programme Medical Biology you will explore the biological mechanisms of health and sickness.
The international Master's programme Vitality and Ageing looks in-depth at the ever growing ageing population. A challenge in many countries and a diverse, upcoming field that ... +
This programme will give you a thorough understanding of human health and disease. Through compulsory and elective courses and traineeships, you will develop a strong basis fo ... +
Today's health care system faces many challenges. The new interdisciplinary two years Master PHM will train you to contribute to a more integrated health care system.