Bachelor's Degree in Molecular Sciences in Europe

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Molecular Sciences

A bachelor’s degree is a four-year undergraduate degree and is the standard for higher education throughout most of the world. Bachelor’s degrees can be earned at state universities, at private universities, at community colleges and via online universities.

Graduates of a Bachelor’s degree in Molecular Sciences will be able to work in diverse fields. The subject covers genetics, cell biology, biochemistry and microbiology. Its subjects range from gene encoding and structure to inherited diseases and medical diagnostic.

Europe, one of the world's seven continents, is usually known as the westernmost peninsula of Eurasia. Second smallest continent, with 10,180,000 (km2), the area regroups 50 countries.

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Licence Frontières du Vivant

Center for Research and Interdisciplinary (CRI)
Campus Full time 3 years September 2017 France Paris

The undergraduate program “Frontiers in Life Science” was created in 2011 as interdisciplinary life science program, based on innovative pedagogical methods and learning through research. It received the MCE Awards for “innovative pedagogy” [+]

Bachelors in Molecular Sciences in Europe 2017. A new bachelor program at Paris Descartes The bachelor program Frontiers in Life Science at the University Paris Descartes welcomed its first class of students in September 2011, to learn in a unique and exceptional environment, with interdisciplinary approaches to science and innovative pedagogy. Quoted by the newspaper Le Monde, Research and The Ministry of higher education and research (video) the FDV bachelor is having a successful growth and will increase its number of students to meet the demands.” An interdisciplinary scientific bachelor program The “Frontiers in Life Science” program offers a general interdisciplinary science training. Its first aim is to provide students with a strong science culture in several disciplines (mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology, computer science, philosophy of science) with balanced workload between all of these diverse disciplines. In addition to a vast scientific background, the students develop their individual profiles through career counseling and choices of projects and internships, and prepare themselves for future studies. Learning through research The “Frontiers in Life Science” program leaves plenty of room for project-based learning and exploration of various professional backgrounds (laboratories, private companies, associations …) Over the period of three years, students are expected to take more and more responsibilities and autonomy in their projects. Learning through research methodology allows students to gain skills such as : Critical thinking Creativity and development of new tools Organizing and analyzing information Teamwork and leadership Visual and verbal communication ( text, web page, videos …) Our goal... [-]

Bachelor (Top up) in Chemical and Biotechnical, Food or Process Technology

Business Academy Aarhus
Campus Full time 18 months August 2017 Denmark Aarhus

Chemical and Biotechnical, Food or Process Technology is a top-up course for chemical and biotechnical analysts, and after completing the 18-month-long programme you will obtain a Bachelor’s degree. The programme is the direct route to further education for chemical and biotechnical analysts, food technologists and process technologists. [+]

Bachelor top-up programme - 1½ year - 90 ECTS Chemical and Biotechnical, Food or Process Technology is a top-up course for chemical and biotechnical analysts, and after completing the 18-month-long programme you will obtain a Bachelor’s degree. The programme is the direct route to further education for chemical and biotechnical analysts, food technologists and process technologists. You will get the skills to be successful in both national and international laboratory environments, and you will be updated on the latest technological, scientific and social developments. You will be trained to acquire additional knowledge within a field that is constantly evolving, and your ability to transfer and implement technical and scientific results into practical usage will be one of your main strengths. You will improve your academic skills and your qualifications in relation to planning, coordination and project management. The programme has a multi-disciplinary focus which teaches you to coordinate, communicate and initiate projects across various disciplines. As a Bachelor you can work in pharmaceutical firms, research and development, or as a teacher. Most often you will be employed in a project management position responsible for planning, development, execution, documentation and quality control. You will use your analytical and practical abilities to address tasks in relation to development, product manufacturing and research. 18 months will qualify you to undertake the tasks of the future in both public and private companies. Admission requirements Chemical and Biotechnical, Food or Process Technology In order to be admitted to this degree programme, you must have completed... [-]

Bachelor's programme in Molecular Life Sciences

Radboud University
Campus Full time 3 years September 2017 Netherlands Nijmegen

The English-taught Bachelor’s programme at Radboud University operates at the interface of chemistry, biology and medicine, with mathematics and physics as supporting subjects. [+]

Bachelors in Molecular Sciences in Europe 2017. Radboud University - The obvious choice Because it involves working at the interface of chemistry, biology and medicine, with mathematics and physics as supporting subjects, the Molecular Life Sciences programme at Radboud University gives you a broad view of the discipline. You learn to identify connections, which in turn gives you the broad perspective required to develop innovative solutions that society, and especially healthcare, need. It is an exciting area, where new discoveries are continually being made. For example, Radboud scientists are developing self-healing materials that are constantly able to adapt to their environment, as occurs naturally in the human body. As a graduate, you will soon be part of this vanguard, able to make significant contributions to better healthcare therapies. Why study Molecular Life Sciences at Radboud University? You will receive a sound education, with a unique combination of science and medicine, which has many options to choose from. Apart from Wageningen University, Radboud is the only university at which you can do an entire Bachelor’s programme in this field. You will receive excellent supervision: as well as a student advisor, you will have a mentor who you can go to with your questions. You will have personal contact with your lecturers, who are very approachable. You will study alongside Chemistry and Science students. Radboud enjoys close cooperation with other universities at home and abroad and with knowledge-based institutes and companies. The Radboud Molecular Life Sciences programme was awarded the ‘Top programme’... [-]

Bachelor in Life Sciences

HAN University of Applied Sciences
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Netherlands Nijmegen Arnhem + 1 more

The Bachelor in Life Sciences program at HAN University of Applied Sciences is a hands-on four-year Bachelor course that is taught in English. During your studies, you gain theoretical knowledge, but you also spend more than half of your time doing practical work. So when you graduate, you are well prepared for the job market. [+]

Bachelor in Life Sciences The medical and pharmaceutical industry is constantly looking for new ways to prevent and cure diseases. Plant development companies try to develop new ways to optimise the growth and production of crops. Environmental companies look for innovative solutions to environmental problems. Dedicated professionals working in laboratories all over the world are at the heart of this research. Become one of them by studying Life Sciences at HAN! Course Start September 2017 Course overview Life Sciences at HAN University of Applied Sciences is a hands-on four-year Bachelors course that is taught in English. During your studies, you gain theoretical knowledge, but you also spend more than half of your time doing practical work. So when you graduate, you are well prepared for the job market. Life Sciences is the international and English-language equivalent of the Biology stream within the Dutch Bachelors course Biologie en Medisch Laboratoriumonderzoek (Biology and Medical Laboratory Research). Except for the language of instruction, the two courses are identical in terms of both content and level. Orientation The 1st year offers an orientation to the life sciences: you learn about fundamental theories and lab techniques. You apply your new knowledge in small group projects dealing with problems from the field of life sciences. These projects help you to develop your problem-solving and communication skills. They also give you insight into current issues that are relevant to professional practice. Increasing independence Over the next three years, as you broaden your knowledge and sharpen your analytical... [-]

Bachelor in Molecular Ecosystem Sciences

University of Göttingen
Campus Full time 6 semesters October 2017 Germany Göttingen Austria Innsbruck Italy Rome Padua Serbia Belgrade Chile Talca Hannover Braunschweig Clausthal-Zellerfeld + 12 more

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 fulfill 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... [-]