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Master in Biotechnology and Bioengineering 

Miguel Hernández University

 Institute of Bioengineering · Institute of Molecular and Cellular Biology

Preinscription: 30 June

 

Workload: 60 ECTS

 

Duration: 1 academic course

 

Language: Spanish

 

Training for research professionals in Biotechnology and Bioengineering

The Master in Biotechnology and Bioengineering is a potentially useful postgraduate program for graduates in Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Biology, Chemistry, Dentistry, Environmental Sciences, Food Science and Technology, Pharmacy, Physics, Medicine and Veterinary Medicine; as well as Agricultural, Chemical, Computer, Industrial, Materials and Telecommunications engineering. 

 

It’s a unique opportunity to obtain professional research training and access to PhD programmes, due to its multidisciplinary approach and the importance of laboratory work during the course.

This interdepartmental programme brings together teaching activities in areas of knowledge in which lines of research excellence are developed at the Miguel Hernández University of Elche. During the course, students will be able to participate in the research projects of the involved Institutes: the Institute of Molecular and Cellular Biology and the Institute of Bioengineering.

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This programme offers multidisciplinary training with a strong experimental approach to future researchers in the fields of Biotechnology and Bioengineering

The Master in Biotechnology and Bioengineering was founded with the objective of

training professional researchers in areas in which our Institures are involved:

 

Bioinformatics

Biomaterials

Biochemistry

Food Biotechnology

Pharmacolgy

Nanobiotechnology

Molecular Oncology

Genetics

New Bioactive Compounds

Molecular Pathology

Biomedical Engineering

Nutraceutics

Organic Synthesis

Immunology

Nutrition

Toxicology

At present, Biotechnology is revolutionizing different areas such as health, agriculture, food or environmental protection, allowing us to address new challenges that were unthinkable until recent decades and accelerating the achievement of results. 

 

Bioengineering takes place in a large multidisciplinary framework of scientific and technological areas. Through integrated and coordinated research, these fields complement each other to develop basic technologies, new products and new applications that improve quality of life while generating wealth and welfare.

Why study this Master?

 

Joint training in Biotechnology and Bioengineering has a high potential and economic interest due to the growing applications of these disciplines in many industries and sectors. Therefore, the design of this Master will contribute to the formation of highly specialized scientists capable of tackling problems by applying multidisciplinary approaches, significantly adding to society's wealth, quality of life and well-being.

Within the Miguel Hernández University of Elche, this program constitutes an opportunity for formative continuity for Graduates in Biotechnology, Food Science and Technology, Environmental Sciences, Pharmacy and Medicine; as well as Materials, Computer and Agricultural Engineering. Graduates in Biology, Biochemistry, Physics, Chemistry and Chemical Engineering are also among the candidates to study this Master.

At the Miguel Hernández University, multiple

lines of research related to Biotechnology and Bioengineering are being developed.

Researchers are involved in the teaching activities

of this programme, which allows students to immerse in research projects and specialize in an area of interest.

A research-oriented Master's

What are our students saying?

"I think he most important aspect is that half of the ECTs correspond to the Master Thesis, which means we spend a lot of time in the laboratory."

Oriol Juanola

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"I have been able to specialize and focus on areas that I had studied in my Bachelor's, such as Toxicology and Nutrition, specifically Nutraceutics."

Luz Mª Agulló

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“It involves high-level researchers and a well-structured curriculum”

Carlos Tarancón Pascual

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