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Biotechnology

Information on the course in Biotechnology at the Faculty of Biology and Environmental Protection, University of Lodz

 

General information

In the past  biotechnology was included in the General Biology course. In the academic year  2006/2007 an independent course in biotechnology was established.

The course covers first-cycle studies which last three years with a possibility of continuing the studies for another two years to obtain the master degree.

he first-cycle studies are not divided into separate specializations. The second-cycle (master) studies have an independent recruitment in three specializations: medical biotechnology, microbiological biotechnology and plant biotechnology.

Both first-cycle and second-cycle studies are conducted in two systems: day-time and  evening programmes. There is a fee for the evening studies.

 

Recruitment 2013/2014

The approximate limit of places in:

  • the full-time studies
    • first-cycle – 70
    • second-cycle – 75
  • the part-time studies
    • the evening studies
      • first-cycle – 30
      • second-cycle – 30

 

Detailed information on the recruitment system can be found on http://www.uni.lodz.pl 

 

Description of a graduate

Graduates of the three-year studies of the first degree (bachelor) obtain detailed knowledge within the main sectors of biotechnology and learn the methods used in industrial biotechnology and scientific research within the field of biotechnology.

Alumni of the two-year studies of the second degree (master) with the specialization in medical biotechnology, microbiological biotechnology and plant biotechnology acquire extended specialistic knowledge and practical skills.

Biotechnology graduates are prepared to work in companies making use of bioprocesses, especially in pharmaceutical, food and chemical industries. They can also find employment in scientific institutes, centres for the protection of health and environment, plant growing and animal breeding as well as in biological control and research laboratories. The obtained knowledge can help a graduate set up a biotechnological company.

 

Prepared by prof. Jerzy Długoński

Department of Industrial Microbiology and Biotechnology, University of Łódź,

Tel. 42 635-44-65

 

We encourage you to study  BIOTECHNOLOGY at the University of Łódź