Biology / Bioscience, Department
Fachbereich 15: Biowissenschaften at the Uni Frankfurt a.M.
- Max-von-Laue-Str. 9
- 60438 Frankfurt a.M.
- Phone: +49 69 798-46471
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Special features regarding teachingVery broad specialist training in many sub-disciplines of biology; close interlocking of theory and practice; extensive range of compulsory electives; integration of a "free degree course" for specialisation/professional training. Orientation; good supervision ratio in the internships; teaching of team management skills; five Master's degree courses (some English-language and interdisciplinary); large range of electives in the Master's degree courses; early involvement of students in current research projects; connection to non-university research institutions; opportunity for external internships.
Special features regarding the international orientationTwo purely English-language Master's degree courses with international students; other Master's degree courses: German and English-language; introduction to English as a language of science in the Bachelor's degree course; own international representatives to support student mobility; recognition of study achievements abroad; eleven Erasmus partner universities, several worldwide exchange programmes; workshops on "Scientific Writing", etc., international composition of working groups; inter-university support for visiting scientists.
Special features regarding research activitiesInstitute for Ecology, Evolution and Diversity, Institute for Cell Biology and Neuroscience, Institute for Molecular Biosciences, Department of Didactics of Life Sciences; in total 38 Prof. (one of the largest biological departments in Germany); excellent organismic and molecular competencies, various research networks (e.g. Biodiversity and Climate Research Centre, LOEWE priority DynaMem, Interdisciplinary Centre for Neuroscience), cooperations with Senckenberg Research Institute, MPI Brain Research, Paul-Ehrlich-Institut, among others.
Other special featuresDiverse opportunities for external work placements and final theses in non-university research institutions, e.g. MPI for Brain Research, MPI for Biophysics, MPI for Empirical Aesthetics, Senckenberg Research Institute, Paul Ehrlich Institute, Georg-Speyer-Haus, Ernst-Strüngmann Institute.
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Last update 2021: Data collected by the CHE Center for Higher Education.
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