What do you learn in this postgraduate programme? 

The general aim of this postgraduate programme Clinical Anatomy is to enhance your knowledge of the human anatomy mainly through dissection workshops. By following this postgraduate programme you will be able to recognize anatomical structures and anatomical variation, have a 3D anatomical insight in the neuromusculoskeletal system, and you will be able to link your anatomical knowledge to clinical situations within the neuromusculoskeletal field.

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The strenghts of our postgraduate programme

  • Deepen your knowledge of human anatomy, mainly through advanced anatomical dissection workshops.
  • You will be taught by top experts in the field of neuromusculoskeletal rehabilitation. Under their guidance, you will immediately put your knowledge into practice.
  • Easily combine work and studies and enjoy the flexibility of studying from anywhere and at any time. Online classes are scheduled on Thursday evenings, and on-site classes are scheduled in week 48 (November) and week 12 (March) of the calendar year.

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Study load


Study cost


Through the SME wallet, you can have 30% of the registration fee subsidised (max. €7.500 per year).

Please note: the deadline to apply for this is within 14 calendar days after the start of the educational programme.

After graduation

You will receive the postgraduate certificate Clinical Anatomy and pursue a career as a health professional with a profound knowledge of the human anatomy. You can also continue your academic journey as a PhD researcher. It's all up to you!

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A better idea of the programme?

Would you like to know more about this VUB programme? Take part in our (online) study choice activities. Leaf through our brochure, chat with other students, put questions to our professors in an online info session, read our alumni testimonials or attend an open lecture or info day.