Erasmus Mundus, a mobility program for higher education organized by European Union, is offering a Masters of Bioethics to health professionals who are increasingly challenged with complicated moral questions in era of fast evolving health technologies.
The program is conjointly taught by 3 universities namely; K.U.Leuven (Belguim), University of Padova (Italy) and R.U. Nijmegen (Netherlands). It consists of 60 ECTS (European credits transfer and accumulation system) consisting of:
1- Core Bioethics courses (18 ECTS credits)
2- Lecture Series on Bioethics (6 ECTS credits)
3- Specializing courses (9 ECTS credits)
4- Research component (21 ECTS credits)
5- Bioethics training (6 ECTS credits)
This year it was awarded the internationalization Prize of 2012.
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