MSc in Life Sciences at Hochschule Emden/Leer, Germany

Hochschule Emden/Leer - University of Applied Sciences 3 Semesters
Gernamy Full Time
Master of Engineering Onsite

In this course of studies, we train you to become a qualified expert in the fields of analytics and (bio-)process engineering. The internationally recognized program lasts three semesters and leads you to the Master of Engineering (M. Eng.), a degree that is in great demand on the job market.

Master of Engineering degrees in these fields are in great demand on the labor market; because they are internationally recognized, they open access to higher civil service and entitle the holder to pursue a doctorate.

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Course Details:

Course details

Enrollment Requirements:

Those who have acquired a first professional qualification (Bachelor’s or “Diplom”, at least seven semesters or 210 CP) in the courses Chemical Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Biotechnology, Bioinformatics, Energy Efficiency, or in a subject-specific study program will meet the entry requirement. For applicants with six-semester programs, special bridge semesters are offered in order to obtain the required credit points.

Teaching Language:

English

Costs/Tuition Fees:

Free Of Cost

Level/Field(s) of Study:

Engineering

Degree Level:

Master's

Language Requirements:

TOEFL Test iBT: 83
or
TOEFL Test PBT and CBT: min. 70%
or
IELTS: 6.0 or
CET-6: 6.0 (VR China only) or
TOEIC: 800 or
ELSA: 100 or
EPT: 500

About the University/Institution:

Our university of applied sciences is located at the very top of Germany in the Northwest. You can study there on the North Sea coast, where others go on holiday.

We are a small but excellent campus university – with our Emden Campus, the Maritime Campus Leer, and the Business Campus Leer. For you, that means short distances and a personal and manageable atmosphere in which to study. You study in a university community where all University members can find their place. We don’t want to be a sterile place that just teaches the curriculum but a lively campus with public discussion and academic discourse. And the goal of our efforts is one thing above all else: that you will find everything you need for your education here.

Application Deadline:

Winter semester:

Non-EU applicants: 30 May
EU applicants: 15 July

Summer semester:

Non-EU applicants: 30 November
EU applicants: 15 January

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