Inter-university Master’s Degree in Nervous System Sciences: Neurotoxicology, Neuropsychopharmacology, Neuromusculoskeletal physiotherapy, Neurorehabilitation - 7th edition
The Master's degree is aimed for graduates in: Medicine, Psychology, Pharmacy, Dentistry, Physiotherapy, Nursing, Nutrition, Veterinary Science, Biological Sciences, Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Biomedicine, Biomedical Engineering and all the qualifications equivalent to experimental sciences, life sciences and health sciences.
This master’s degree is designed for two types of students: on the one hand, recent graduates who have scientific concerns and who wish to work in the field of knowledge in general and, specifically, on the central and peripheral nervous system; and, on the other hand, the online component of the research track is designed specifically for professionals who are already working but who wish to do a doctorate on the nervous systems to increase their professional potential.
The aim of the professional specialities is to train professionals to examine and treat patients who suffer from neuromuscular pain and give them extensive knowledge of the central and peripheral nervous system in pathological situations so that they can suggest possible therapies.
These specialities are designed for health professionals who want to acquire new knowledge and abilities to improve their daily practice on issues of the central or peripheral nervous system and who also want to have sufficient scientific training to be able to opt for a doctoral degree related to their profession so that they can lead a clinical research group.
Specific documentation required
As well as the compulsory general documentation required for pre-enrolment in the programme (university qualification, academic transcript), for the Invasive Neuromusculoskeletal Physiotherapy it's mandatory to accredit, at least, that 60 hours of dry puncture have been taken at a university.
If you have the following documents, you are allowed to submit them:
- Documents accrediting clinical or scientific professional experience in experimental laboratories.
- Documents accrediting any other training (postgraduate programmes, courses, unofficial master’s degrees or other training activities) related to the content of the master’s degree.
- Suitability of the admission qualification: a maximum of 35 points. All disciplines are awarded the same number of points as long as the qualification belongs to the field of health sciences, life sciences or experimental sciences.
- Evaluation of the academic transcript of the official university qualification that gives access to the master’s degree: a maximum of 25 points.
- Professional experience in areas related to the master’s degree: a maximum of 25 points. Professional experience is considered to include having worked as a physician or in an experimental laboratory.
- Any other training (postgraduate programmes, courses, unofficial master’s degrees or other training activities) related to the content of the master’s degree: a maximum of 15 points.
However, if there is no shortage of places available, the admissions committee will admit you without ranking you in order of merit.