Can you imagine building a career in research by studying how cells and the nervous system work in the brain and body?

The Master of Neuroscience is your opportunity to learn more about biology, biotechnology and policy roles in clinical medicine, biomedical science and education.

Work with some of the Australia's leading scientists in the field to develop the theoretical and practical skills for conducting research into modern concepts and methodologies in neuroscience.

This highly interactive, research-based neuroscience program provides opportunities to work closely with staff on a range of neuroscience projects. Current research staff are focused on modern aspects of neuroscience, including optogenetics, a way of studying brain cell sensitivity to light, measuring nerve activity and how chemicals are released, and the degradation of the eye’s retina.

Learning experience

Learning experience

Learning experience

Fees & scholarships


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Whether you are looking for financial support to start your studies at ANU or help to move away from home for the first time, we have scholarship opportunities for you and your situation.


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