About this course
The modular bachelor program in bioinformatics is divided into three academic years that begin in the winter or summer semester. To keep up with the rapid technological progress to generate data in the fields of biology and biotechnology, pharmaceutical industries have the concern of the growing need for computer scientists. Currently, many graduates of doctoral programs in bioinformatics work in biology-related fields upon graduation or in academic research. Students interested in the fields of biotechnology, pharmaceutical and other applications in the life sciences will come across bioinformatics.
The following are parts of the application process necessary for admission consideration:
- Common Application
- Educational History Form (EHF)
- Certificate of secondary school completion such as the German Abitur (i.e. International Baccalaureate, High School Diploma (with recommended tests depending on your region), GCSE A-levels, etc.)
- SAT or ACT
- English Language Proficiency Test