Degree Programmes in Chemistry and Biochemistry

Analysis and synthesis are the fundamental methods used in chemistry and biochemistry. Chemists analyse the composition of substances, their properties and how they react with each other, for example. Biochemists analyse the composition and behaviour of substances in living systems, among other things. The Faculty of Natural Sciences at Leibniz University offers a broad spectrum of programmes and research directions in chemistry and biochemistry, some in conjunction with the biochemistry centre of Hannover Medical School.

PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS – WHAT CAN I EXPECT?

Are you thinking about studying for a degree with us?  The Leibniz University website will tell you the important things about our main areas of specialisation, standard course duration, admission requirements, the skills needed and career opportunities – and also how to apply for a place:

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Biochemistry: degree programme coordination and academic advisory service

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Chemistry: degree programme coordination and academic advisory service (Bachelor)

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Chemistry: degree programme coordination and academic advisory service (Master)

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