The Joint-Degree Master of Science UZH ETH in Neural Systems and Computation requires a Bachelor’s degree in neuroscience, biology, physics, computer science, mathematics, or the engineering sciences or comparable knowledge in other disciplines. The program provides students with scientific knowledge and understanding and the capability to carry out independent scientific work. Students will be prepared for research in the fields of experimental and theoretical neurosciences, and in neuromorphic engineering disciplines. Course components: Compulsory practical and theoretical courses account for 54 ECTS credits. Research projects are a part of these courses, either as a long Master’s thesis of 45 ECTS credits or a short Master’s thesis of 29 ECTS credits in combination with two additional projects or seminars of 8 ECTS credits each. 18 ECTS credits are earned with restricted-optional modules and the remaining ECTS credits with optional modules.
Applicants need a bachelor’s degree with major in related field.Applicants from non-anglophone countries should provide proof of English proficiency.Application deadline for non EU students is November 30 and April 30.