2019 / 20
Fakultät für Chemie und Pharmazie
Department Chemie und Department Biochemie
- Butenandtstraße 5 - 13
- 81377 München
- Phone: +49 89 2180-77735
Students' assessments on undergraduate, presence-learning-courses
Degree courses with details
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Special features regarding teachingCombined bachelor's degree in chemistry with first specialization option in the 5th and 6th semester; pre-study work placement in the Bachelor's degree course; Many different options in the bachelor's degree; The master's programmes in particular offer innovative specialisation options; Exercise groups in the early semesters and research-oriented practicals in the later semesters; wide range of courses for the Teaching Qualification in specialised Chemistry didactics.
Further information about study entry phasehttps://www.cup.uni-muenchen.de/de/rund-ums-studium/studienbeginn/
Special features regarding the international orientationAdvice and support in the planning of stays abroad for students and doctoral candidates, many international partner universities (Erasmus), financial support for Master’s practical placements or the Master’s thesis abroad from university’s own funds; Numerous research collaborations with international partners; (Partly) English-language lectures in the Master’s programmes
Support for foundersAn experienced patents department accompanies patenting of LMU inventions. The LMU Spin-off Service supports LMU members with preparing and establishing company start-ups. The Spin-off Service offers advisory services, information on sponsorship or funding opportunities and accompanies projects once funding has been obtained. In seminars and talks selected experts impart the necessary specialist knowledge for starting a business. The Spin-off Service is a partner of the Munich Business Plan Competition and the project sponsor of the Bavarian funding programme FLÜGGE.
Characteristics of assistance to differently abled personsIn terms of providing guidance to students with disabilities or chronic illnesses, measures have been developed to raise awareness of the needs of these students and expand the guidance in all aspects of course organisation, e.g. a comprehensive guideline for barrier-free teaching and the first steps of a concept for a "peer-to-peer" tandem and mentoring programme for students with a disability. Disadvantage compensation for those with a severe disability or equivalent is defined in the examination regulations.
Characteristics of diversity advancementInternational make-up particularly of academic staff and student body thanks to international cooperation and contacts; services for children, students and staff (e.g. nurseries and holiday childcare); mentoring programme with a special focus on female junior scientists; central contact point for equality and inclusion. The department continues to support participation in personnel development programmes and language courses. Further information at: www.lmu.de/diversity
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Last update 2018: Data collected by the CHE Center for Higher Education, Germany.
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