As an MMRES student, you will dedicate more than three months of the programme to carrying out your Major Research Project (20 ECTS credits) either at the BIST centre of your choice or at the DCEXS-UPF. You will then spend another 10 weeks on a Minor Project in a different scientific discipline. All work will be conducted under the supervision of brilliant scientists.
You will join a research group and learn not only about doing science, but also about facing the daily challenges of a researcher. You will make friends, you will begin to create a network of valuable contacts, and you will prepare yourself for guaranteed success in a doctorate or a professional career in the sciences.
Discover the research projects you can work on.
CRG is a Barcelona-based international biomedical research institute at the forefront of life sciences research. Its excellence is based on an interdisciplinary, motivated and creative scientific team supported by high-end and innovative technologies.
IBEC conducts interdisciplinary research of excellence at the frontiers of engineering and life sciences. Researchers generate new knowledge by combining fields like nanomedicine, biophysics, biotechnology, tissue engineering, and the applications of health information technology
ICIQ is committed to research of excellence at the frontier of knowledge in two main areas: Catalysis and Renewable Energy. Research groups work on computational chemistry, CO2 recycling, renewable fuels, catalysis and artificial photosynthesis.
ICN2’s research DCEXS generates knowledge, materials, and devices at the nanoscale for use in the broad fields of information and communication technologies, health, energy, and the environment. The ICN2 community includes over 250 members and 18 research groups.
IFAE conducts experimental and theoretical research at the frontiers of fundamental physics, namely particle physics, astrophysics, and cosmology. It also develops cutting-edge detector technologies, medical physics devices, and quantum computing technologies.
IRB Barcelona is a world-class research centre devoted to providing ground-breaking solutions for unmet medical needs. It hosts 26 research groups whose major research challenges are cancer and ageing.
The Faculty of Health and Life Sciences combines the creation and transfer of knowledge through the seamless integration of research and teaching. Innovation in education and research excellence are the cornerstones of theirs efforts.