BA in Chemistry - Biological Chemistry

General

Program Description

About the programme

This program, built on the border of chemistry and biology, is designed to prepare students to enter a variety of interdisciplinary activities in biochemical, biotechnological, biopharmaceutical, environmental and food sciences.

Advantages of the programme

The Bachelor’s degree programme Biological Chemistry provides education in a world language – English, which constitutes an essential communication tool, both in multinational companies as well as international research teams. One of the advantages of the study programme is a limited number of students invited yearly for studying at our faculty as well as well-equipped, modern laboratories, which provides all students with an opportunity to conduct respective experiments under the careful supervision of experienced scientists. One of our primary tasks is to encourage graduates to get involved in the scientific activity, that is why Faculty of Chemistry offers volunteer positions to all students, who are more deeply interested in real scientific research, in the frame of the projects conducted.

Work opportunities and further education options

Our graduates are equipped with all the required knowledge and skills to work at chemical laboratories, analytical laboratories for agriculture and environmental protection facilities, at pharmaceutical and biotechnological companies, as well as at respective administrative institutions dealing with the above-mentioned fields.

Tuition fee

EUR 1160 per year

Citizens of Poland and EU/EFTA, as well as the Pole's Card holders, study free of charge.

Contact

For general information and enquiries please contact:
Office for International Study Programmes
Katowicka 87B, 45-061 Opole
tel. +48-77-452 72 92
e-mail: hello@uni.opole.pl
web: studies.uni.opole.pl

Last updated Aug 2018

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