The Master’s specialisation in Drug Delivery Technology and Biopharmaceutics consists of both compulsory and optional elements. The compulsory components are two research projects, both of which include writing a master’s thesis. The main research project should be within the disciplines of drug delivery technology or of biopharmacy. The minor research project should preferably be in a different discipline of Biopharmaceutical scienes. Other compulsory components are: a literature study, including the writing of an essay or thesis, the attending of two advanced lecture series in disciplines of BPS, the attending of the course Scientific Conduct, and the attending of twenty lectures and colloquia presented by other master’s students in BPS. Optional elements can be chosen from supplementary subjects offered or may take the form of a work placement.
The Drug Delivery Technology and Biopharmaceutics specialisation consists of compulsory and optional components. The major compulsory components are the two research projects, both of which include writing a master’s thesis. The major research project must be in the discipline of Drug Delivery Technology or Biopharmaceutics and the minor research project preferably in a different discipline of Biopharmaceutical Sciences (BPS). Other compulsory components are: a literature study, including the writing of an essay or thesis, attending two advanced lecture series in disciplines of BPS, attending the Scientific Conduct course, and attending twenty lectures and colloquia presented by other master’s students in BPS. For the optional component, master’s students can choose from additional courses or work placements.
The distinguishing feature of the Leiden MSc in Biopharmaceutical Sciences is its research-oriented approach. This research orientation in the teaching programme is unique in Europe and enjoys a high international profile.
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