Started in the academic year 2012/2013.
The Master in Biochemistry provides a solid background in biochemistry and effective preparation, both careers in the business market and in scientific research.
The Master in Biochemistry provides a more specialized training in the areas of biomedicine and Biomolecules structure as well as a wide range of options in applied biochemistry areas. The practical component is highly valued with a regime of laboratory rotations right from the 1st academic semester.
The conclusion of the 1st academic year of the Master in Biochemistry ensures an Advanced Studies Diploma in biochemistry.
The 2nd year corresponds exclusively to "Dissertation in Biochemistry" in which the student can choose between the research laboratories of the FCT NOVA, in the Lisbon area or in the country as well as the dissertation in a company.
* awaiting approval by NOVA General Council
Portuguese students (already enrolled in 2019/20): 1063,47 €/year
Portuguese students (for those entering 2020/21): 1250 €/year
Foreign students: 7000 €/year
1st phase: 1st may to 14th july
2nd phase: 26th to 31st august 2020
Acceptance rate in masters
Accepted applicants will have to pay (within a maximum of 7 consecutive days from the date of placement) a non-refundable rate of 100 euros, which will be deducted, after registration, from the total tuition fee. Any payment made after the deadline will not be refunded, leaving the candidate excluded.International Applications
Vacancies for 2020/2021:
Professor Ricardo Franco Tavares
Registration number R/A-Cr 6/2012/AL02 on 16/05/2018
Accreditation on 20/02/2019, for 2 years
The Department of Chemistry is a permanent organic unity of the NOVA School of Science and Technology, devoted to teaching, to scientific research and to provide services in areas of Chemistry, Biochemistry and Chemical Engineering. The Chemistry Department (DQ, founded in 1981, has recognized market implementation in education and employment, particularly so because of the novelty and specificity introduced by the course in Applied Chemistry with which teaching at the School of Chemistry began.More info