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A master's degree is a postgraduate academic degree. One must already have an undergraduate degree to apply for a master's program. Most master's degree program would require students to complete a master's thesis or research paper.

Biology is a natural science that studies all aspects of living organisms, from molecules, cells and tissues to organisms. This field of study has many branches of specialization in diverse areas such as biochemistry, ecology, and botany.

Austria will expose students to a variety of this country's "outstanding" culture. Austria is an excellent study abroad choice for students with an interest in the German language.

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MSc Evolutionary Systems Biology

University of Vienna
Campus Full time 4 semesters October 2019 Austria Vienna

With the increase of huge data sets (DNA/RNA sequences, 4D imaging, and geometric morphometrics), modern biology is rapidly becoming a quantitative science. Research laboratories and biotech companies around the world are looking for people who can use these data to solve biological and medical problems. [+]

A joint master's programme at the University of Vienna & University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna

All over the world, research laboratories and biotech companies are looking for people who can tackle biological and medical issues with modern "omics" methods and are able to analyze the resulting complex datasets with bioinformatic and quantitative methods.

To fulfill this demand, the Evolutionary Systems Biology (ESB) master's programme provides the training necessary for this new type of scientist.

For further detailed information, see the Evolutionary Systems Biology Website

ESB master's students will:

Learn how to understand and handle modern “-omics” data sets. Develop key computational skills and delve into biological modeling. Combine experimental “wet-lab” technologies with quantitative “dry-lab” methods. Apply these skills to questions arising from evolutionary biology, development, comparative genomics, and systems biology. ... [-]