Dr. Rachele Fermani
Biophysics is a very exciting and rapidly expanding research field exploring new areas between physics and biology. The complexity of life is investigated at every level and analysed with physical methods. Physics helps understanding the mechanisms underlying the most basics biological systems and interactions.
Society is facing physical and biological problems of global proportions where Biophysics can be involved to find solutions.
Master of Science (M.Sc.)Studientyp
120Regelstudienzeit (in Semestern)
The aim of this Master programme is to
Students enrolling in the two-year Master programme may choose in addition to core lectures in Biophysics, specialisation courses from the vast offer of Life Sciences departments, such as in Chemistry and Biochemistry, Molecular Medicine and Biology. During the second year, students have the opportunity to carry out research at the academic level by completing two indipendent research projects. Our programme offers a highly flexible choice of subjects and the course syllabus is intimately connected to the ongoing research within the Life Sciences at our university.
Educational requirements to be met by future students:
|Start of application period||1st April|
|Application Deadline|| |
|Start of the programme||October|
This is how you apply:
Step 1: Registration in the campus portal of Ulm University
You register online via "My personal campus portal" (link available here during the application phase).
After self-registration, you will receive an e-mail with the activation code and a request to confirm your personal account in the campus portal of Ulm University.
Step 2: Application in the campus portal of Ulm University
You submit your application via "My personal campus portal" and upload the required documents.
For further information on the entry requirements and the necessary application documents, please consult the page of the admission department for the Biophysics Master: here.
If you need assistance to complete the form, please read the file: "How to complete the subject-specific Form"
It is very important that the form is filled correctly with information on the grading system at your university as well as information on the courses you attended. If the application form is not filled properly, your application may be rejected.
if you have a Bachelor's thesis, a final project report or you already published some scientific articles, please upload evidence about this together with the subject-specific form.
Graduates of the Ulm University with a B. Sc. in Physics or Econophysics, Chemistry, Biochemistry, Biology and Molecular Medicine, should use the application form "Antrag auf Studiengangwechsel / Umschreibung vom Bachelor in den Master" and bring it to the Studiensekretariat together with a letter of motivation. For more information please read here.
A wide range of careers are open to biophysicist given their broad interdisciplinary training:
The International Office and Studierendenwerk Ulm provide a broad range of advising and assistance services for international students, from housing service, canteen, tandem programmes and so on. Please have a look at the links below for more information on the services provided.
|Fees||The government has introduced tuition fees for students from outside the European Union starting their study in Baden-Württemberg from winter semester 2017/18. This means that non-EU students starting in 2017 or later need to pay 1,500 Euro per semester.|
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|Financial Assistance||Ulm University does not provide scholarships for incoming students. Please check the DAAD Website.|
|Proof of financial resources||Many German embassies require students to prove that they dispose of a specific amount of money (approx. 8000 €) on a German bank account before a visa will be issued. Please inquire at the German embassy in your country for specific requirements.|