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Evolution, Ecology and Systematics (Master)

Degree: Master of Science (M.Sc.)
Description: The Evolution, Ecology and Systematics (EESlmu) Master is a program for German and international students with a background in biology or a related subject. It provides students with a broad biology background and trains them to become critically thinking scientists. During the program, they become familiar with the many techniques and approaches that are used in evolution, ecology, and systematics research. These include micro-array techniques, field experiments, the use of natural history collections, mathematical modelling, and modern genetic methods. In addition to extensive research experience to prepare them for a PhD program, students will also gain valuable technical and communication skills to prepare them for a job outside of academia. The program also offers significant support elements such as a mentoring program, integrated skills courses, and individual research training.
Program start: winter semester only
Duration: 4 semesters
Faculty: Faculty of Biology
Tuition: There are no tuition fees for this course. There is, however, a semester fee of 128 € for each student comprising a student services contribution (62 €) and a basic fee for public transportation (66,50 €).
Where to enroll: LMU Munich
Admission requirements: Candidates must hold a bachelor (or equivalent) degree in a natural science discipline and must provide proof of very good English proficiency. The program website offers details about admission requirements and the application process.
Program homepage: Evolution, Ecology and Systematics

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