Bachelor's Degree in Life Sciences in Austria

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Life Sciences

A bachelor's degree is given to students who fulfill the necessary requirements given by the college or university they are attending. The requirements include three to seven years of focus on a subject, typically referred to as a major or concentration.

In regards to the study of biological & life sciences, students may focus on one aspect of natural science or study how they work together, such as the environment and human health or biology and geology.

Austria will expose students to a variety of this country's "outstanding" culture. Austria is an excellent study abroad choice for students with an interest in the German language.

Top Bachelor Programs in Life Sciences in Austria 2019

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Bachelor's Degree in Biological Chemistry

Johannes Kepler University Linz
Campus Full time 6 semesters October 2019 Austria Linz

Biological Chemistry is an academic degree program in natural sciences providing students with an understanding of chemistry as well as the underlying principles at the interface of chemical and biological processes in living systems. [+]

Biological Chemistry

Biological Chemistry is an academic degree program in natural sciences providing students with an understanding of chemistry as well as the underlying principles at the interface of chemical and biological processes in living systems. During the program, students focus on the pathways in chemistry that are vital for the function and analysis of living systems, such as fields in biology dominated by chemical interactions. The double degree Bachelor’s program is offered by the JKU Linz together with the University of South Bohemia (USB) in Budweis (České Budějovice). Spanning two countries, this English-language program combines the academics of both universities, offering students two distinctive learning environments and proficiency in English.... [-]


Bachelor's Degree Program in Bioinformatics

Johannes Kepler University Linz
Campus Full time 6 semesters October 2019 Austria Linz

Linking "Life Sciences" - biology, genetics, medicine, pharmacy and computational sciences - with computer science, mathematics and statistics has made the field of Bioinformatics indispensable. [+]

Bioinformatics

Linking "Life Sciences" - biology, genetics, medicine, pharmacy and computational sciences - with computer science, mathematics and statistics has made the field of Bioinformatics indispensable. Researchers analyze, interpret, visualize and simulate biological data using methods of computer science and mathematics. Bioinformatics contributes significantly to understanding an organism's molecular biological processes. The Bachelor's degree program Bioinformatics is a double degree program offered together with the South Bohemian University (USB) in České Budějovice offering a versatile and future-oriented educational curriculum designed to prepare graduates for various innovative occupational fields, such as pharmaceutical or biomedical research, genetics, biotechnology, data analysis, software development and much more.... [-]


Bachelor in Molecular Ecosystem Sciences

University of Göttingen
Campus Full time 6 semesters October 2019 Austria Innsbruck

The Bachelor Degree Programme Molecular Ecosystem Sciences is an international three-year programme aimed at motivated and qualified students from European countries and abroad. As the courses are entirely in English, the students’ language skills are expected to be at high level. The Degree Programme combines molecular and ecosystem studies and students will be involved in both fields. [+]

Bachelor in Molecular Ecosystem Sciences (B.Sc.)

The Bachelor Degree Programme Molecular Ecosystem Sciences is an international three-year programme aimed at motivated and qualified students from European countries and abroad. As the courses are entirely in English, the students’ language skills are expected to be at high level. The Degree Programme combines molecular and ecosystem studies and students will be involved in both fields.

Programme structure

Most of the teaching modules include practical work, field and laboratory courses or seminars in addition to the lectures so students will get a lot of hands-on practical training.An understanding of ecosystem processes requires a detailed view of their molecular basis so students will gain diverse and advanced knowledge in natural sciences and related disciplines.Each of the modules leading to fulfilling this aim is valued at six credits so the first three semesters will consist of five modules per semester with 4 hours per module per week amounting to a total of 30 credits and 20 teaching hours per semester.The fourth semester is an elective semester during which students can choose to do practical training abroad or to stay in Göttingen with a choice of modules read mainly by international visiting professors from abroad.Semester five is taken up by another five modules (of 6 credits and 4 hours per week each) including a module on Scientific Writing in order to help prepare students for their B.Sc. thesis which will follow in the sixth semester.The last semester consists of two modules, additionally the B.Sc. project which... [-]