Bachelor of Science
Bachelor of Science: Only a single subject is usually studied. Individual programs may be provided with a small minor subject (module).
Students are trained to become scientists at the interface between biology and medicine. Stays abroad are desirable, especially in the 5th semester. The training does not qualify students to practice medicine.
Modern biomedical research needs young scientists who are familiar with the latest methods and techniques in biology and biochemistry and at the same time have a broad medical knowledge. The aim of the Bachelor's program in Molecular Medicine is to provide the knowledge and skills necessary to investigate the complex molecular causes of human diseases. With a better understanding of these causes, new methods can be developed to accurately diagnose and treat the diseases.
Get theoretical and practical training in one of the most exciting areas of life sciences! Acquire skills in state-of-the-art techniques and theoretical knowledge in molecular and cell biology, physics, chemistry, biomathematics and statistics, biochemistry, anatomy, physiology, immunology, microbiology, human genetics, epidemiology, and pharmacology.
Career prospects for Bachelor graduates in "Molecular Medicine" include:
Qualification goals of the bachelor's program are knowledge and skills in the following areas:
Mandatory internships are specified in the examination regulations and the module description.
Faculty of Medicine, Faculty of Physics, Faculty of Biology and Preclinical Medicine, Faculty of Chemistry and Pharmacy
The duration of the study program depends on the individual course of study. The standard period of study, i.e. the time in which the intended study program can ideally be completed, is 6 semesters. The actual duration of study may deviate from this. It is limited by the examination deadlines, which are regulated in the examination regulations.
180 ECTS credits
German; seminars partly in English. Please note that sufficient knowledge of German (Deutsche Sprachprüfung für den Hochschulzugang (DSH) with an overall result of at least DSH-2 or an equivalent language certificate is required.)
Only in the winter semester
The study program "Molecular Medicine" offers scientifically talented and motivated high school graduates a modern, attractive and intensive education that combines strengths from medicine and basic biological research.
The study program is admission-restricted. Prospective students please apply at the Registrar's Office of the University of Regensburg (= local selection procedure).
For more information, see the info brochure.
Application deadlines apply. For general information on the local selection process and application deadlines, please visit the homepage of the Registrar's Office
After you have been admitted to the program, you can enroll. Information about the dates for enrollment and the required documents can be found on the homepage of the Registrar's Office.
The language of instruction as well as the language relevant for examinations is usually German. Please note that sufficient knowledge of German (Deutsche Sprachprüfung für den Hochschulzugang (DSH) with an overall result of at least DSH-2 or an equivalent language certificate) is required, as the courses are usually held in German.
Information on German language certificates for international applicants
Information on the documents required for enrollment can be found on the homepage of the Registrar's Office.
Information on application documents for international applicants
Prof. Dr. Richard Warth
Medical Cell Biology
University of Regensburg
Phone 0941 943-2894
Fax 0941 943-2896