In addition to the bachelor's module 411 that we offer, there is also the option of completing a bachelor's thesis in our working group. We assign both theoretical and practical topics that deal with current research in the field of eukaryotic microbiology.
Both biologists and biochemists are welcome. However, we assume successful participation in the V-modules 411 or 418.
A practical bachelor's thesis usually includes:
1. Biology project internship (6 weeks, without exam, 7CP)
2. Bachelor's thesis (3 months, 15 CP)
In addition to the master's module 4401, we offer the opportunity to do a master's thesis in our laboratory to interested and motivated master's students. As part of this work, a separate project will be worked on over a period of 11 months, which deals with current topics in eukaryotic microbiology.
Both biologists and biochemists are welcome.
A master's thesis usually includes:
1. Project outline (2 months, 10 CP)
2. Project internship (3 months, 30 CP)
3. Master's thesis (6 months, 30 CP)