Taught course

Master of Neuroscience

University of New England · Faculty of Medicine and Health

Entry requirements

Candidates should:

  • hold an AQF Level 7 Bachelor qualification in a relevant discipline*; or
  • hold an AQF Level 8 Graduate Certificate in a relevant discipline*; or
  • hold an AQF Level 8 Graduate Diploma or a Bachelor with Honours in a relevant discipline*; or
  • satisfy UNE by means of other relevant professional experience by submitting a Statement of Service from your employer/s and a resume outlining a minimum of three years’ full-time (or equivalent) relevant professional experience and training taken in the past 10 years**.

Applicants applying under Rule (d) must submit a Statement of Service.

*Relevant disciplines include, but are not limited to: Science, Medicine, Psychology, Nursing, Social Work, Education, Health, Counselling.

**The professional experience and training referred to will be in areas of human behaviour and remediation in one or more of the relevant disciplines.

Months of entry

March, July

Course content

Neuroscience is one of the fastest growing areas of study in human physiology. Graduates of this program will have been given the opportunity to understand how the brain works to maintain human behaviour, what may go wrong in those neurobiological processes, and the ways that research and remediation may be undertaken within multi-disciplinary settings.

Graduates of the Master of Neuroscience may apply for admission to research higher degrees and other doctoral programs.

Career Opportunities

Neuroscientist in research or clinical settings.

Fees and funding

UK students
International students

Qualification, course duration and attendance options

  • MNeurosc
    full time
    24 months
    • Online learningis available for this qualification

Course contact details

UNE International Admissions
+61 2 6773 2135