The course develops an understanding of the cognitive sciences and neurosciences, and how mechanisms operating at the molecular, cell, network and system level affect normal brain function; they gain a working knowledge of modern methods for scientific and clinical investigation of the human nervous system, along with exposure to leading'edge research.
Modules include: Clinical neuroscience; neuroscience; neuroscience, language and communication; speech and hearing sciences; philosophy; theoretical neuroscience; cognitive and decision sciences; cognitive neuroscience; linguistics; advanced neuroimaging; developmental neuroscience and psychopathology.
Course Additional Entry
A minimum of a 2nd Class UK Honours degree in neuroscience or related biological science (e.g. physiology, psychology, biochemistry); or a medical degree from a UK university, or an overseas qualification of an equivalent standard. If you have not studied basic cellular neuroscience in your undergraduate degree, you will be required to do an introductory course or take a pre'qualifying or conversion course during the 1st year of studies. Applicants must be able to follow a postgraduate curriculum in both the French and English languages as the programme involves a year of study in London and a year of study in Paris.
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