About the course:

Cognitive Neuroscience originated from the collective efforts from domains as diverse as cognitive psychology, neuroscience, linguistics and clinical neuropsychology, among others, and the technological advances in the field of neuroimaging and computation. This interdisciplinary combination aims to discover the brain mechanisms that underlie psychological processes like the language.

One of the aims of this graduate program is to train interdisciplinary researchers in the Cognitive Neuroscience of Language, to further advance and transfer this knowledge to the areas of Health and Education.

The Master's program is aimed at university graduates with different degrees who are interested in the Cognitive Neuroscience of Language. The duration of the program is one academic year with 60 ECTS credits. The students will develop research skills through the mentorship of experts and by completing internships and the Master Research Project at the end of the program.

It is mandatory to participate in the previous application process run by BCBL. For further information about application components and deadlines, please check the following link:

https://www.bcbl.eu/master-in-cognitive-neuroscience-of-language/

This Master's degree programme gives direct access to the Doctoral Programme in Linguistics and in Cognitive Neuroscience.

 

Places available

16

Mode

Face-to-face degree course

Language

English

Credits

60

Duration

1 academic year

Approximate fees

1.800 €

Teaching place

BCBL- Basque Center on Cognition, Brain and Language

Contact

Person in charge of the Master:
CARREIRAS VALIÑA, MANUEL FRANCISCO
manuelfrancisco.carreiras@ehu.eus

Secretariat:
Ainara Rodríguez
ainara.rodriguez@ehu.eus
943018688

4 reasons to study this Master

4 reasons to study this Master:

  • For the affinity of interests, there are not many programmes that offer academic training in cognitive neuroscience of language in particular, combining the brain and language research.
  • For the international recognition of both the centre and its Chief Science Officer.
  • It can be the core of your future research and professional trajectory.
  • For the international nature of the centre, the diversity of profiles that are found here and the outstanding team of researchers who are in charge of the training.

Career opportunities

Career opportunities:

The Master's students will have access to the most prestigious international centres dedicated to cognitive neuroscience, with a high probability of being accepted to do a PhD and to thus continue as a professional researcher in this field.

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