Biology / Bioscience, Department
Sektion Naturwissenschaften at the Uni Lübeck
- Ratzeburger Allee 160
- 23538 Lübeck
- Phone: +49 451 500-4100 /-4240
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Special features regarding teachingInter-disciplinary training: Natural scientists (biologists, chemists, biochemists, physicists), medical doctors, mathematicians and computer scientists teach; events of the 1st semester are interdisciplinary with students from other degree courses, also in exercises; 40% practice in all areas; teaching staff in the 3rd year comes from research institutions and the biotech industry in the vicinity, which means early contact with future employers; bachelor thesis also possible at the university hospital and outside; interdisciplinary courses (economics, ethics, etc.).
Special features regarding the international orientationThe block placements (2 x 3 months) can be carried out at universities, research institutions and industrial companies in Germany and abroad. 45% are carried out abroad. Many cooperations with universities abroad exist; Erasmus programme with many European countries; Promos programs are used; partner universities are available worldwide.
Special features regarding research activitiesCentre for Infection and Inflammation Lübeck (ZIEL); Centre for Medical Structural and Cell Biology (ZMSZ); CCIM (Centre for Comprehensive Inflammation Medicine); Centre for Brain, Behaviour and Metabolism (CBBM); DZD - German Centre for Diabetes Research; Fraunhofer Institution for Marine Biotechnology (EMB), Research Centre Borstel, Leibniz Lung Centre (FZB); ELISA: Largest north German study on the spread of corona virus in the population.
Other special featuresSmall campus university; life science emphasis. Focus on life! All degree courses are networked and cooperate with medicine; research is always interdisciplinary (e.g. dermatology and chemistry; virology-chemistry-biochemistry); lecturers are committed to teaching; lecturer service centre promotes the training of lecturers; internal further training also promotes soft skills for students.
Further information about study entry phasehttps://www.uni-luebeck.de/studium.html
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Last update 2021: Data collected by the CHE Center for Higher Education.
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