Graduates (Bachelor or five-year degree) in scientific disciplines (or similar) who have a good working knowledge of written and spoken English.
The course lasts for three years and can be extended for a fourth year.
The programme is part of the training course in pharmacology and toxicology.
Admission is by examination and is governed by a notice of competition.
The candidate will take a written text in english and an interview before an axamination commettee. The examination committee is appointed by the Research Degree Coordinator and consists of members of the Institute's scientific staff.
Admission to the course is selective and is determined by the ranking drawn up by the committee.
Admission is decided by the Head of the Training Courses. Candidates' performance will be assessed by reviewing their work, and by evaluating their research aptitudes, commitment to the course as well as attendance at and participation in the institute's training activities and events (seminars, clubs and courses).
At the end of the course, each student will have to present an experimental thesis and discuss it before an Examiners' Commission consisting of an internal examiner and an external examiner, proposed by the Teacher and approved by the Responsible of the didactic activity.