At the university of Würzburg, the Study Programme Bachelor Biology covers many topics in in the biosciences. Students are able to get acquainted with individual fields and have the opportunity to focus on individual challenges. The various options in the choice of disciplines and the temporal flexibility make it possible to study abroad and do an internship already in the bachelor's programme without a loss of time. The international mobility of the students in the Biosciences in Würzburg has been very high.
The subsequent Master in Biosciences offers the possibility to intensify a selected special field scientifically.
Here you can find informations how to apply for one of our BioEU Master Curricula in Biosciences as a PDF-File.
For students focusing on aspects of infectious diseases, the master programme "Molecular Infection Biology" is offered in cooperation with the University of Toulouse. The programme is accomplished with a double degree.
The international Focus Master Life Science (English) offers the possibility to start directly with a doctorate in graduate school as early as after one year in the Master Study Programme. An application can be put in until March 15.
The main areas of the Biosciences in Würzburg are
microbiology, cell and developmental biology, biotechnology, bioinformatics, neurobiology and genetics, ecology and tropical biology, behavioral biology and sociobiology, ecophysiology and vegetation ecology, biochemistry and pharmaceutical biology.
There are additional possibilities in biomedical areas (immunology, virology, human genetics, physiology, developmental biochemistry, tumor biology, clinical biochemistry), in psychology (biopsychology) and in biophysics.
More about the studies see Department of Biology. On the Download-page you can find the most relevant informations summarized in a print version.
Information about the topics career planning, studying abroad, transferable skills and special events in the Master Study Programme you can find at the Service Center Biocareers.
Many interesting news are also available at FiBio.