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Admission & Eligibility

The program is open to students of all nationalities and all tuition will be done in English. Eligible are students with a bachelor's degree or equivalent in one of the Life Sciences disciplines including medicine, pharmaceutical sciences, psychology and biology.
Application of students with strong background in physics, mathematics, chemistry, computer sciences ...etc, will also be considered based on their motivations and personal projects.

Final decision for admission to the first year of the Master of Neuroscience course will be based on the adequation of the student's initial training and of his/her motivation. In many cases, the selection committee will request an interview with the applicant.

The selected students will be registered at the University of Strasbourg (Life Sciences) at the beginning of their training (mid september). To complete admission in september, they will be asked to give a copy of their bachelor's degree (or equivalent diploma)

Maximum number of participants to enter the program is 20.

Deadlines (every year)

- Application for the Joint Master starts every year in mid January
- When the website is open,you have until may 15 to provide the request documents and information. Using personal ID and password generated when starting your application, you can visit and update your file as many time as you wish  until you validate your application.

Concomitant administrative pre-registration is requested thru 2 alternative platforms :
- Campus France for non-EU citizen from the 41 countries with educational agreement with France
- e-candidat for UE citizen and the rest of the world

These platforms will request more or less the same information than the JMN application so filling the document should not take you long.

-  JMN and E-candidate platforms will be closed on May 15th
-  CampusFrance  has different deadline based on country regulation, please check your local agency for details

- May 15 : application deadlines

- May 25 : end of the selection and generation of final primary and waiting lists

- June 1-15 direct notification by email of application status (also available on e-candidat for concerned students)

- July 9th: deadline for candidate decision (i.e. accept or reject). Such a deadline also helps candidates on the waiting list to have enough time to apply to visa if necessary

Non-european students, not holding a VISA, are encouraged to prepare in advance all the documents required for visa application procedures so they have a good chance to get on time for the beginning of the program (around sept 1st)


- Registration in Life sciences at the University of Strasbourg : from the 1st september to the 15th of october
(Monday through Friday from 9:00 to 12:00)

- Teaching generally starts the 2nd week of september

If you wish to apply for the JMN program, please click HERE to access the WEBSITE and follow the instructions.

Important information regarding the use of the JMN application website:
On your first visit, a message of security may appear. You have to get through this first step on to have access to the application website.

For any complementary information, please contact us on the following email address:

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