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The individual student courses on Pharmaceutical Bioinformatics are given twice a year, starting from beginning of September and middle of January. The courses are scheduled for half-time studies over 7 – 10 weeks periods (depending on the elected course), but can be attended to a large extent at your own speed.

The following courses are available:

  • Pharmaceutical Bioinformatics (PB)
  • Applied Pharmaceutical Bioinformatics (APB)
  • Applied Pharmaceutical Structural Bioinformatics (ASPB)
  • After you’ve signed up further information will be sent to your email. The formal requirements for admission you will find by following this link. You will be asked to send in information to support your qualification before you are finally accepted.

    Please observe that the formal application procedure takes place via this link: www.universityadmissions.se. The late application period for Autumn term 2020 will open on July 15 and closes on August 15, 2020.

    The courses are free of charge for citizens of EU, EEA and Switzerland, and non-EU/EAA residents under certain conditions. Full information on the options available will be e-mailed to you after you have signed up on the form to the right on this page.


    Attending courses without showing credits:

    If you do not want or do not have the ability to show the required credits for eligibility you may still attend the courses on Pharmaceutical Bioinformatics. For more information click here: Commissioned.







            
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