Capitalizing on the city’s unique research landscape consisting of several universities and of research institutes from the Max-Planck, Helmholtz and Leibniz Societies, we offer a vigorous biochemical training in all modern areas of biochemistry.
- The Biochemistry program at Freie Universität Berlin offers an excellent theoretical and practical training that thoroughly prepares graduates for a further career in the life sciences.
- A bachelor’s degree in biochemistry or a related field is a prerequisite to enter the Master’s program and should demonstrate a sufficient level of theoretical and practical training.
- All courses are held in English and comprise a basic lecture series covering major aspects of current biochemical research from a broad range of fields.
- The practical course work comprises methods modules of 2-4 weeks that convey in-depth knowledge of particular methods in the areas of structural biology, molecular biology or molecular medicine.
- Further on, individual 9 week projects are performed in groups within the department or in one of the many affiliated laboratories.
- 24 months
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DisciplinesChemistry Biology Biochemistry View 47 other Masters in Chemistry in Germany
We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.
- Bachelor’s degree in biochemistry or an equivalent degree with credits in biochemistry that correspond to the bachelor’s program in biochemistry at the Freie Universität Berlin.
- With certain restrictions, it is possible to complete the master’s degree program by taking classes solely in English. The necessary English language skills must as a rule be proven by exam results.
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Students do not pay any tuition fees. However, the university charges a semester fee (app. 300 Euro per semester)
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