What will I learn

Student holding a pipette and a glass for collecting samples. Photo.
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Biotechnology (Master's Programme)

What will I learn?

Do you want to help create tomorrow's solutions by studying Biotechnology?

Biotechnological knowledge will be essential in the coming years due to the focus on renewable raw materials, exploration of waste products, and sustainability.

A Master in Biotechnology involves studies of molecules, cells, and organisms later intending to understand how biological processes work. Universities will play an essential role in creating and developing methods of production for biomolecules such as vaccines, antibiotics, enzymes, biopolymers, biofuels, and many others.

Within the last years, advanced methods of analysis have improved, and newer methods created, making it possible to study biological reactions and systems. By joining us, you’ll be a  part of an exciting and fast-moving industry, that’ll help solve many of the sustainability challenges we are all currently facing.