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Attention Bachelor students: Discover our international master‘s programs!

Modern biology is interdisciplinary – after all, the discovery of the helix structure of DNA was already based on the collaboration of biologists (Watson), physicists (Crick and Wilkins) and chemists (Franklin). The fact that interdisciplinary research is worthwhile is more true today than ever before. Even modern biology would be inconceivable without biochemistry, biophysics and structural biology – and the interdisciplinary fields of research continue to grow.

But what does this actually mean for your studies? You can get first-hand answers to these and other questions at the information events on the M.Sc. Biology and M.Sc. Nanosciences master's programs. 

Who are the events for?

It can be worthwhile to think about master programs at an early stage - because the choice of modules in the last semesters of the bachelor's program can already lay significant foundations. Thus, the events are aimed at all Bachelor students from the 4th semester onwards.

What are the events about?

You will learn about the structure of the master's programs, the necessary prerequisites and the prospects after graduation. Professors as well as current Master's and PhD students will be available to answer your questions.

When and where will the events take place?

M.Sc. Biology 26. April 2023 15:00 CellNanOs (Barbarastr. 11, 38/201)
M.Sc. Nanosciences 03. May 2023 15:00 CellNanOs (Barbarastr. 11, 38/201)

How will the events proceed?

After an approximately 45-minute presentation of the respective study program, we cordially invite you to discuss any remaining questions in an informal setting over drinks. In parallel, you will have the opportunity to gain insights into current research projects during a guided tour at the CellNanOs.

Registration is not required. External interested students can join a livestream of the information event. To do so, simply send an e-mail to bioinfolehre@uos.de with the subject 'Masterinfo' to receive the access data.

We look forward to your participation!