Biochemistry and Cell Biology: Jacobs University Bremen

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Bachelor of Science
Biochemistry and Cell Biology: Jacobs University Bremen, Jacobs University Bremen, Anne Valtonen, Campus Ring 1, Bremen, 28759, Germany
Course Language(s) 
Course Beginning 
3 years
App Deadline 
Four application rounds for the autumn term: Round I (application due by December 01), Round II (application due by February 01), Round III (application due by April 01) and Round IV (application due by July 01). The application deadline for transfer students is November 15 for the spring semester and May 15 for the autumn semester.
Submit Application To 

Jacobs University Bremen, Office of Undergraduate Admission, Postfach 750561, 28725 Bremen



The major Biochemistry and Cell Biology at Jacobs University Bremen focuses on understanding and exploring the molecular mechanisms of cellular functions, and thus of life. During their first year at Jacobs University, students aiming to Major in Biochemistry and Cell Biology are introduced to these fields through a comprehensive lecture and a corresponding laboratory course. In addition, students are free to choose other related courses that may help them to specialise later on in their studies or maybe those simply of interest. The second year of studies focuses on deepening knowledge and skills in the fields of Biochemistry and Cell Biology. More time is spent in the laboratory, where knowledge is put to the test. A required professional research internship at the end of this year gives students insight into the work of a company or scientist in this field of study. Third year Biochemistry and Cell Biology students begin to acquire knowledge in specialised fields such as immunology, genetics or analytical biochemistry and have the opportunity to begin independent research in the lab. This will aid in deciding where and in which specific field the student wishes to pursue a career.

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