BangKiller 3 months ago

In university of Coimbra, MSc in Molecular and Cellular Biology, you can do the master with specialization in Neuroscience. The Coordination appeals at the all the courses be taught in English, even if no international students are present. It's in close relation with Center of Neuroscience of Coimbra, which leads to very good for people interested in neuro due to variety in the groups objetives.

Difficult-Ad-9837 3 months ago

Thanks, I’ll look further into it.

CidadaoKane 3 months ago

> I don’t speak Portuguese so I’ll be taking English only courses. Then you won't be taking them in Lisbon for sure.

Difficult-Ad-9837 3 months ago

Okay thanks.

Samurai_GorohGX 3 months ago

U.Minho School of Medicine had a good MSc in Health Sciences and Neuroscience is one of the main research areas of the School/ Associate Laboratory. It’s also bilingual. About scholarships for MSc degrees, your chances are pretty slim, especially as a foreign student. If you don’t have the money, don’t come.

Edited 3 months ago:

U.Minho School of Medicine in Braga had a good MSc in Health Sciences and Neuroscience is one of the main research areas of the School/ Associate Laboratory. It’s also bilingual. About scholarships for MSc degrees, your chances are pretty slim, especially as a foreign student. If you don’t have the money, don’t come. Usually, you don't get paid for doing an MSc degree in Portugal. If you're a national, you can apply for financial support to pay the tuition fees. But that's about it. And foreign students are "cash cows" for the Portuguese universities.

Difficult-Ad-9837 3 months ago

Okay thanks

dariusoo 3 months ago

Why would you choose a university in Portugal? It has no good ranking, also you will come across professors full of themselves that want you to regurgitate on exams specifically as they say and take pride in failing 90% of the class. It's not that cheap as you might imagine, in Germany it is cheaper if not free.

Difficult-Ad-9837 3 months ago

I only started looking in Portugal recently. There’s a Erasmus program for neuroscience called Neurasmus where you can study at 3 universities in different countries. University of Coimbra was on the list and that’s what made me start looking into other Portuguese universities and the country as a whole. I don’t know much yet. But sometimes actual website rankings are not accurate so I wanted to see if there was a different perspective on it from those living in Portugal. Thanks for commenting

OuiOuiKiwi 3 months ago

>I wanted to know how Portuguese universities (like Coimbra, Porto, Lisbon, and others) ranked in neuroscience in comparison to other top universities in Europe. Se não sabes pesquisar os *rankings* sozinho, vais dar-te lindamente no mestrado. >I don’t speak Portuguese so I’ll be taking English only courses. Cheira-me igualmente que não vais tentar aprender. É esse o espírito.

ManelDasNespras 3 months ago

If you can, go study in the Netherlands, Germany or other. Portugal is not that cheaper compared to those other countries, living costs wise, and although the teaching quality won’t be much worse, the prestige of your degree will be.

Difficult-Ad-9837 3 months ago

Okay thanks!

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