Scope of studies and length
120 ECTS credits, 2 years


Qualification awarded
Master of Life Sciences


Application period
1 January - 1 June/15 July*




Tuition fee per year
4 787€ EU students
5 000€ non-EU students


Start of studies
1 September


This programme aims to educate specialists for independent work in research and education in areas of neurosciences, electrophysiology, and psychopharmacology. A holder of Master’s degree in Neurobiology has good knowledge of the general principles of structure, function and pathology of the nervous system, can study the latest neuroscience-related literature, to identify and analyze neuroscience-related problems and knows the scope of application, advantages and disadvantages of modern scientific and clinical investigation techniques.

Why this programme?

  • Established running TEMPUS funded project together with partners from Oxford University, Manchester University, UK, Western Ontario University, Canada, Kuopio University, Finland.
  • Taught by high-level specialists.
  • Possibilities to prepare Master thesis on topics outside the Department of Neurobiology and Biophysics.
  • Modern teaching facilities.

What's after?

  • Master of Sciences in Neurobiology can work at biotechnology industry, research and development, education, medical institutions, private and public agencies where knowledge, technologies and equipment in a field of neurobiology and live sciences are applied, created or traded.
  • Analytical knowledge could be improved through doctoral studies in the fields of life sciences.


* Application deadline:

1 June | for applicants from non-EU/EFTA countries
15 July | for applicants who do not need a Lithuanian visa and non-EU/EFTA applicants, if there is a Lithuanian embassy in their home country