Experimental and Medical Biosciences, Master's programme - Information for admitted students

Welcome to Linköping University’s master's programme in Experimental and Medical Biosciences!

Please be advised that the following pages will continuously be updated until the actual roll-call will take place in the end of August. This page will be updated before the roll-call.

It is our great pleasure to congratulate you on having been accepted to our master’s programme at Linköping University (LiU). We are looking forward to greeting you on campus in Linköping. 

Roll call and programme start

A mandatory roll-call will take place in the end of August. Date and location to be confirmed. at the University Hospital Campus. If circumstances prevent you from attending, please notify Daniel Antonsson (study counsellor). Otherwise you will not be able to start your studies. After the roll-call you will be given information about your programme, studying at LiU and the services and facilities available and there will be some social activities until 16.00.

As programme director, I welcome you again to our exciting intellectual environment and challenging programme. Do not hesitate to contact me with any questions you may have about the contents of the programme. For concerns on practical matters such as the welcome period, accommodation, visa and insurance issues please contact the university’s International Office at admitted@liu.se.

We are looking forward to meeting you in August!

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Webinar for newly admitted students to MSc Experimental and Medical Bioscience

Pre-departure webinar for newly admitted students to the master’s programme in Experimental and Medical Bioscience at Linköping University starting in August/September. In this webinar a current student shares their experiences of being an international student at LiU while the programme director gives advice on what to expect.  
Recorded 21 April 2021.

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