Five different European universities have joined efforts in an international, collaborative Master of Science: European Master of Comparative Vertebrate Morphology (EUCOMOR).
This Master’s degree answers to the need of the international biomedical environment for an expert who can innovatively contribute to animal research, the development of alternatives and imaging techniques and provide scientific arguments for e.g. revised legislation or position papers regarding the use of animals and animals for research purposes.
Given the Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree status of the EUCOMOR programme is not prolonged the EUCOMOR-consortium has evaluated the prospects of the programme. The EUCOMOR consortium has decided that from the academic year 2018-2019 onwards it will no longer enroll new studends for the programme.The consortium will sign the diplomas of all students who are currently enrolled in the EUCOMOR program and who will graduate from the programme within the period stipulated in the EUCOMOR education and examination regulations.