Bachelors in health sciences in Vrije universiteit amsterdam
In order to improve public health, it is important to map out and understand the health of population groups. That is why you learn to study the health of groups of people at the Health Sciences bachelor's program at VU University Amsterdam. Health Sciences is a broad-based study in which general health is approached from different scientific perspectives. Think of prevention, health care policy and management, biomedical knowledge, the relationship between food and health, and international public health.
A diploma equivalent to the Dutch pre-university VWO diploma, Transcript(s) of records, Curriculum Vitae, IELTS: 6.5, TOEFL internet-based test: 92, Cambridge Advanced English (CAE): grade A, B or C/ minimum score of 176, Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE): grade A, B or C/ minimum score of 176, State Examination Dutch as a second language, programme II (NT2-II), VU-NT2 Department, CNaVT Certificate.
Biomedical engineer, Scientists in the Pharmaceutical Industry, Scientists in State, Local or Federal Government Laboratories, Scientists in Biomedical Research Labs, Chemistry and Biochemistry Teachers and Professors, Industrial Research and Development Scientists, Including Personal and Health Care Products, Forensic Scientists, Toxicologists, Physicians and Health Care Professionals