Contact

For questions concerning the programme:

Dr. Helena Greb 

Prof. Dr. Karl-Wilhelm Koch 

Lena Rockstein (student mentor) 

For questions concerning your studies:

Study and Career Counselling Service 

For questions concerning your application and registration 

Admissions Office

International Office

For questions concerning your examinations

Academic Examinations Office

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Student Body Molecular Biomedicine

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Facts and figures

Start: Winter semester 
Duration: 4 semesters (full-time)
Places: 25 per year
Degree: Master of Science (M.Sc.)
Application deadline: 15 July 

 

Further information

Molecular Biomedicine M.Sc.

Molecular Biomedicine M.Sc.

Dear students,
due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, teaching in the winter term 2021/22 takes place partially online. However, several hands-on classes and lab work can be done in presence at the university.

Therefore, all students should aim to be in Oldenburg at the beginning of the lecture period in October.

Students who are not able to travel to Germany due to visa and travel restrictions can still participate in the limited selection of modules that are taught online. 

Please note that, due to this exceptional situation, you have to hand in a risk assessment form before starting your (external) Research Module or external Master's thesis. For further information on the university's regulations and latest announcements regarding the coronavirus pandemic, please click here.

 

The research orientated Master's degree programme in Molecular Biomedicine builds a bridge between patient-related/clinical and fundamental research. In this programme, students will examine the molecular and cellular aspects of biology in depth while taking specific account of medical facts and issues. Aim of the programme is to instil students with a strongly interdisciplinary approach to molecular biomedicine, enabling them to independently conduct both fundamental and clinical research. The Master's degree programme in Molecular Biomedicine therefore provides an excellent basis for a doctorate in the life sciences as well as for challenging fields of activity in science and industry.

 

(Changed: 2021-09-06)