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ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

WHAT IS SDC?

Admission to the MSc programme in Omics requires a completed and relevant Bachelor’s degree. Qualifying bachelor degrees include:

Sino-Danish Center for Education and Research (SDC) is a partnership between all eight Danish universities and University of Chinese Academy of Sciences (UCAS) in Beijing. SDC in Beijing offers seven unique Master’s programmes jointly developed by Danish and Chinese research environments.

• Biochemistry • Biomedicine • Pharmacy • Biotechnology • Molecular Medicine • Molecular Biology And more. Visit http://www.sdu.dk/en/Uddannelse/ Kandidat/Omics for a full list.

WHO’S BEHIND THE PROGRAMME? The MSc in Omics has been developed by the University of Southern Denmark in collaboration with University of Chinese Academy of Sciences. Aarhus University, the Technical University of Denmark and the University of Copenhagen contribute to the programme.

STUDY IN

CHINA

HOW TO APPLY? You apply for admission through the University of Southern Denmark. See www.sinodanishcenter.com for more information. Application deadline is April 1.

Contact: The Danish SDC secretariat Phone: +45 8715 2598 (Johannes) or +45 8715 2594 (Søren) Email: contact@sinodanishcenter.dk University of Southern Denmark Finn Kirpekar, Head of Educational Programme Phone: +45 65 50 24 14 Email: f.kir@bmb.sdu.dk More information www.sinodanishcenter.com http://www.sdu.dk/en/Uddannelse/Kandidat/Omics

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AARHUS UNIVERSITY

MSc in Omics


MSC IN OMICS

YOUR FUTURE CAREER

The study of Omics concerns research in the post-genomic area of bioscience where data from public available databases are crucial in the design of experiments and the interpretation of the attained data. It builds on holistic research methods which combine the hypothesis-based approach with the data- and technology-based approach. Omics encompass several different areas such as proteomics, transcriptomics, interatomics, and metabolomics. For instance, proteomics concerns the study of (potentially) all expressed proteins in a given biological system.

The Omics approach can be applied in a broad spectrum of companies and institutions operating in various fields, e.g.:: • The biotechnology industry • Companies within the area of medicine production (pharmaceutical companies) • Production and processing of food and ingredients • Hospitals • Universities and research institutions

STRUCTURE 4. quarter 3. quarter

2. year

2. quarter

Practical feasibility work for Master’s thesis (10 ECTS)

Tools for data handling and interpretation in Master’s thesis (5 ECTS)

1. quarter

Literature study for Master’s thesis (5 ECTS)

Integration of Omics datasets (4.5 ECTS)

4. quarter 3. quarter 1. year 2. quarter

1. quarter

Entrepreneurship (5 ECTS)

Central techniques in Omics (9 ECTS)

Electives (5 ECTS)

Introduction: Types of Omics and the generic workflow (8 ECTS)

Molecular genetics and epigenetics (4.5 ECTS)

Electives (5 ECTS)

Omics brush-up (4 ECTS)

Databases and software in Omics Biostatistics and experimental design (9 ECTS)

Analytical biochemistry and sample preparation for Omics (8 ECTS)

Typical work tasks could include analysis of sequence data, mass spectrometry analysis, large scale DNA/RNA-sequencing, analytical biochemistry, quality control, product development, and furthermore research and developmental work related to Omics. Personalised track (8 ETCS)

The Master of Science (MSc) programme in Omics incorporates significant interdisciplinary content with a substantial contribution from Biochemistry/Molecular Biology, analytical biochemistry and computer science/IT.

Master’s thesis (30 ECTS)

The SDC Master’s programme in Omics is: • A full Master’s programme (120 ECTS) • Taught in English • A double-degree programme. You will receive a Master’s degree from the University of Southern Denmark as well as from University of Chinese Academy of Sciences (UCAS) on successful completion • Recognized by the Danish Agency for Higher Education and Educational Support and students are hence entitled to receive SU • 50% Danish and 50% Chinese students


Omics folder 2013