Degree Programmes in Life Science

The Bachelor or Master of Science in Life Science provides its graduates with a broad-based qualification in specific specialist subjects. The Bachelor programme equips students with sound basic knowledge in biology as well as chemistry, while the Master programme tackles the above-mentioned fields in more depth and lays the foundations for autonomous scientific work. The continuation Life Science programme is structured into a foundation six-semester Bachelor programme and a four-semester Master programme which builds on this.

STUDENTS – EVERYTHING ABOUT THE DEGREE COURSES

Once your course has started, you will receive documentation and details for the subject you have chosen: compulsory and elective modules, teaching and exam timetables, people to contact and collaborating institutes

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:

WHO CAN ADVISE ME ABOUT THE COURSES BEING OFFERED?

Life Science: degree programme coordination and academic advisory service

Non-public person