Master’s graduates will acquire a high level of technical knowledge within the fields of bioinformatics and basic and industrial research, as well as analytical skills normally required in Data Science. These skills may be applied in a variety of sectors, such as Biotechnology and Pharmaceuticals.
The programme caters to those with a second cycle degree (laurea magistrale) or long single cycle degree (laurea magistrale a ciclo unico) in one of the following classes of former Ministerial Decree 270/2004, or in one of the corresponding classes of former Ministerial Decree 509/99:
Admission to the programme is through a written exam consisting of open questions, an interview aimed at ascertaining the candidate’s knowledge of English and of the topics addressed by the Master’s programme, and through CV assessment. Evaluation criteria:
The programme entails lectures and other forms of training, such as computational tools, data analysis and applications, for a total of 512 hours. Lectures will take place for 3 days a week for a total or 6/8 hours a day.
Lectures and other form of training (Labs) will start March 15th 2018 till the end of September 2018. The traineeship will begin October 1st and will end January 31th 2019.
Both the class and traineeship require mandatory attendace.
Both selection and programme will be help at INGM