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Medical and Pharmaceutical Drug Innovation declared best programme of its type in the Netherlands (again)!

25 maart 2015

The University of Groningen Research Master’s in Medical and Pharmaceutical Drug Innovation (MPDI) has again been declared the best programme in the Netherlands in the competitive Pharmaceutical Sciences (Farmaceutische Wetenschappen) category, and awarded the prestigious title of “Top-Opleiding” (Top Programme).

The annual review of higher education was conducted by Keuzegids, which describes about 1250 Masters Degree programmes registered in the Netherlands, performing a quality assessment of 750 of them. This is based upon academic success, weekly contact hours, student evaluations, and expert evaluations. MPDI is valued for its scientific education and practical orientation.

Prof. dr. Jan Maarten van Dijl, Programme Director:

“I am obviously enthralled that we have not only been recognized as a Top Rated Programme, but also that we are now considered the best programme in our category. Both of these are truly outstanding achievements, that are a culmination of the hard work of our staff, and students, to whom I wish to extend the utmost thanks.”

Keuzegids Higher Education Guide 2015

Top Programme 2015
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