Will you graduate as part of the top 10% of your year group and do you have the ambition to pursue a career in medical, biomedical or pharmaceutical research? Or are you interested in epidemiology, health psychology or public health? Then you may want to apply for one of the talent grants offered by the Graduate School of Medical Sciences (GSMS) of the University of Groningen.
The Abel Tasman Talent Program (ATTP) of the Graduate School of Medical Sciences of the University of Groningen was developed in early 2010 to provide high-potential international students in medical, biomedical or pharmaceutical sciences with an opportunity to excel in the field of research of their choice. ATTP additionally provides support opportunities for prospective masters students who have an interest in the master program Clinical and Psychosocial Epidemiology or the master program Medical and Pharmaceutical Drug Innovation.
Two types of support
- Financial support for students and staff within the framework of a larger cooperation network of so-called strategic partners abroad
- Support for exceptionally talented students coming from other institutions