The Reproductive Biotechnologies course from The University of Teramo provides the fundamental theoretical and practical knowledge necessary to understand and perform novel techniques in the areas of reproductive biology and biomedical research. The ultimate aim of the Course is to train experts able to manage laboratories of medically-assisted reproduction both referring to humans and animals.
- The academic staff of the University of Teramo have been involved since many years in basic and applied research related to the biology of gametes and experimental embryology, having established a wide collaborative network with national and international investigators.
- Molecular markers in Reproduction
- Biology of gametes
- Diagnostic Histology Applied to Cells and Tissues of the Reproductive System
We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.
We are not aware of any English requirements for this programme.
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- The provided pre-enrolment application (Form A), duly completed and signed;
- Study diploma achieved at a foreign University equivalent to an Italian 1st-Cycle/Bachelor’s Degree Diploma, or a post-secondary school diploma achieved at a non-University higher education institute which allows further education at an upper level – only whether the high school diploma would be achieved after at least 12 years.
- The transcript of records – issued by the University and duly confirmed by the Italian Diplomatic Missions in the country of origin – detailing the exams passed and grades, the official syllabus for each course, the amount of hours of all the learning activities completed in order to obtain the foreign academic qualification as given in the previous point;
- Any certificates of his/her own language skills;
- Two passport photos (one of them needs to be authenticated by the Italian Diplomatic Missions in the country of origin).
- Students resident in developing countries - 150 euros in three installments
- Other foreign students resident abroad - 300 euros in three installments
Living costs for Teramo
The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.
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