Degree Conferred Master of Science (M.Sc.) Duration 4 Semesters Enrollment Wintersemester Admission restriction Restricted admission Entry requirements B. Sc. in biology, biotechnology, biochemistry, biosystems engineering, human biology, molecular medicine or a completed medical degree.

The completed degree must consist of at least 180 CP and a grade point average of at least 2.5.

The Bachelor’s program must include 20 CP in the natural science fields of biology/cellular biology/genetics/microbiology and/or chemistry/biochemistry.

Sufficient written and spoken English are also required.

Foreign applicants must have documentation for a passed DSH-2 or the Test DaF with a score of at least 4x4 or other german language tests of the same level.
Application Details Letter of motivation and a Curriculum vitae in German Application deadline     Application with a German degree   an der OVGU July 15th     Application with an international degree   über uni-assist July 15th Language German


The graduates of the Master’s Program in Immunology are qualified for a large variety of possible career paths in medical research: Through an early introduction to scientific work, a M.Sc. in Immunology prepares graduates for a career in medical research, especially in the field of immunological basic research or immunological research in translational clinical topics.  Pharmacological research and development:  Through additional exposure to pharmacological teaching content combined with immunological and clinical connections, the foundations for a career in pharmacological research and development are well established.  Biotechnology:  Because of the interconnected combination of subjects with further emphasis in the fields of molecular biology, human genetics, microbiology and infectiology and practical work in the laboratory, there are many opportunities in the field of biotechnology, for example therapeutics and diagnostics development. 

Competencies and Interests Required

• Admission Requirements:  See Above
• Enthusiasm for research and immunological problems

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Immunological research has a long tradition in Magdeburg and ‘Immunology and Molecular Medicine of Inflammation’ is one of the two research foci of the medical faculty.  The Master’s Program in Immunology is an integral part of the pillar of education for the Health Campus Immunology, Infectiology and Inflammation (GC-I³) and is thus optimally integrated in the research focus Immunology and Molecular Medicine of Inflammation. 

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