Master of Science (MSc) in Immunology and Inflammation
University of Copenhagen

Degree: Master of Science (MSc) in Immunology and Inflammation
Program Language: English
Admission Semester: Summer (August)
Start Date: August 16 2021
Program Duration: 4 semesters


Semester Tuition Fees: 6100 Euro
Other Fees: The above fees structure applies to all faculties as an average but may vary with programs as per specific requirements . In case of extension, extra fees will be charged. Please pay attention to the acceptance letter for actual amounts to be paid.
Cost of living: 1200 - 1800 euros per month
Job opportunities: Some excelling students can be recruited by the institution for part-time lectureship.
Funding opportunities within the university: Universities usually offer part-time opportunities in different departments to students who constantly excel academically.

Program details

Educational organisation: University of Copenhagen
Study abroad: Opportunity Available
Internships: No internship necessary for this program
Form of assessment: GPA Grade
ECTS credits: Each course in the program (Electives & Prerequisites) commands a certain amount of credit points.
Program objectives: Immunology and Inflammation

Minimum cost of living

Accomodation: 150 - 300 Euro / month
Food: 150 Euro / month
Cost of living: 250 Euro / month
Transportation: Free, the University offers shuttles


Language requirements: English Proficiency
Academic requirements: Bachelors degree

1. High School & ALevel Certificates

2. Evidence of English Language Proficiency (if applicable)

3. Passport Copy

4. Bachelor's Degree & Transcript

5. 2 Reference letters (Optional)

6. Personal Statement

7. CV(Optional)


Arrival support: Support Available - Provided by the university
Services and support for international students: Support Available - Provided by the university

*Off-Campus options available

*On-Campus options available


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