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The Graduate Training Centre of Neuroscience & International Max Planck Research School (IMPRS) operates three international neuroscience graduate schools, each comprising a consecutive masters & doctoral degree program with largely complementary scientific foci.

International Max Planck Research School (IMPRS) of Cognitive and Systems Neuroscience:

Graduate School of Neural & Behavioural Sciences

Graduate School of Neural Information Processing

Graduate School of Cellular & Molecular Neuroscience

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Research in Tuebingen

Tuebingen is a special place for research. Very few locations offer such a wide range of research areas in such close proximity – both physically and figuratively. Not only are all of Tuebingen’s research institutions just a stone’s throw away from each other, they also collaborate closely within the Tuebingen Research Campus.

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Life in Tuebingen

Life in Tuebingen is life in the heart of Europe and in one of Germany’s most scenic and economically competitive regions. It's a bustling mediaeval town with a young, international, and vibrant population and a rich cultural and artistic scene. Lectures, concerts, film festivals, and more: life in Tuebingen never gets boring.

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Excellence Initiative

The unique research environment in Tuebingen provides an ideal ground for collaborative projects in various areas. This is one of the many reasons why Tuebingen has received funding from the German government's Excellence Initiative in all three funding lines. And excellence attracts further excellence: over the years, more and more top-level research institutions have come to the city, forming the rich and vibrant academic community of the Tübingen Research Campus.

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