13 March 2018

The research master program "Molecular Mechanisms of disease” of our institute was awarded top program status. In total nine Master’s programs at the Radboud University have been named the best in their field by the 2018 edition of the Dutch Master’s program information guide Keuzegids Masters 2018.

We congratulate the team led by Roland Brock with this recurring success of the MMD program.

Assessment criteria

The Keuzegids bases its assessment on criteria such as the contact with teachers, the coherency of the curricula and the quality of the academic facilities. Eighty percent of the assessment is based on student feedback and twenty percent is based on the appraisal by the NVAO, the national inspectorate for higher education.

If you want to know more about all the master's programs at the Radboud University please check out this link.

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