Fachbereich 14: Biochemie, Chemie und Pharmazie at the Uni Frankfurt a.M.
- Max-von-Laue-Str. 7
- 60438 Frankfurt a.M.
- Phone: +49 69 798-29545
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Special features regarding teachingSelection interviews as additional criterion for allocation of student places; Chemistry winter school for first-year students; Modern teaching methods: interactive teaching elements, experimental lectures and many practical training components; Wide range of optional required subjects and many research placements; Range of courses offered enhanced by non-university research institutes and representatives from industry; Many student groups and initiatives; Final colloquia partly using research project outlines; Mentor programmes, 'strong start into the course’ programme during the first semesters
Special features regarding the international orientationMany EU and worldwide research association projects as well as individual cooperation abroad. Erasmus agreements for student mobility, including for research placements. Support for international study visits in cooperation with non-university institutions. Assistance in the planning of stays abroad during the practical year. Faculty scholarship programmes and funding opportunities, as well as numerous offers from the university.
Support for foundersCentral services provided by the university: http://goetheunibator.de/; http://www.innovectis.de/; close cooperation with the Frankfurt Innovation Centre (FIZ)
Characteristics of assistance to differently abled personsAlongside the reasonable adjustments incorporated in the study regulations, the department makes every effort to find individual solutions to ensure equality of opportunity. Barrier-free access to all institutions and laboratories; Some facilities for the hearing and visually impaired; Lecture recordings
Characteristics of diversity advancementThe department has set itself the goal of establishing equal opportunity and working against discrimination. All members of the department should be treated with respect and be able to study and work successfully, irrespective of the social origin or national/ethnic/cultural heritage ascribed to them, their age, sexual orientation and sexual identity, their religion or world view, or of whether they have physical or mental health conditions or are involved in caring for other people. www.uni-frankfurt.de/67235443/
Further information about study entry phasehttps://www.uni-frankfurt.de/40155612/Studiengang-Chemie
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Last update 2018: Data collected by the CHE Center for Higher Education.
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