MASTER ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY

The two year (120 EC) Master's programme in Environmental Biology offers you the opportunity to explore different organisational levels of life – from genes, cells, and organisms to populations and entire ecosystems. In this programme, you will study the fundamental life processes of plants and microbes. The interdisciplinary course content also offers you the chance to examine animal behaviour from an ecological and evolutionary perspective. The programme offers you considerable freedom to choose a specific field within Environmental Biology.

Events UU

12 - 14
Nov
12 November 2019 10:00 - Career
Visit the Career Services stand for a professional LinkedIn photo and have someone check the setup of your resume at the same time.
14
Nov
14 November 2019 17:15 -
Low-threshold guided meditations for UU students, offered every week and suitable for beginners and advanced practioners.
18 - 22
Nov
18 November 2019 09:00 -
UU believes it's important that students find a balance between study and relaxation, which is why we organize all kinds of activities related to wellbeing.
19
Nov
19 November 2019 09:00 -
Four workshops to get started
19
Nov
19 November 2019 09:30 - Career
Where is your passion? What kind of job will suit you?

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News UU

12 November 2019
Hosted on 20 November by the Centre for Entrepreneurship and UtrechtInc Students.
Front view of the University Library Utrecht Science Park
12 November 2019
Use the Library Access browser extension for quick and easy access to online publications.
12 November 2019
Inconvenience to students and teachers will be minimised.
Luxe koffiestation
11 November 2019
Between 18 November and 22 November, the area in and around the restaurant in the UBB will be adapted and has limited access.
Informatie over de Universiteitsbibliotheek Binnenstad van de Universiteit Utrecht
11 November 2019
The University Library in the city centre and the Drift buildings (Drift 21, 23 en 25) will temporarily apply adjusted access control measures.

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