There is intensive interaction between teachers and students in the master’s programme in Microbiology and Microbial Biotechnology. A variety of learning methods are used in the courses, including:
- Laboratory work, seminars, lectures
- Oral presentations
- Written reports (individual, paired, group)
- Independent reading
- Work practice, instruction in research groups, project courses
- Oral group exams, written exams, home essays.
At least half of the study credits (60 of 120 credits) will be from courses in Microbiology and Microbial Biotechnology. By selecting elective and other study opportunities, you will be able to shape the study programme towards many subject areas, such as the environment, food, viruses, fungi, health and microbial diseases, or microbial biotechnology.