You have a Bachelor’s degree in pharmaceutics, chemistry, or biology? Now you want to expand your knowledge and get ready to take on specialists and management positions in the pharmaceutical industry? Our Pharmaceutical Biotechnology Master will be just the right fit for you!
Over the course of four semesters, you’ll gain in-depth knowledge and valuable skills for the biopharmaceutical industry. This pharmaceutical study program covers the entire value chain: from molecular structures and properties to basic principles of good manufacturing practice (GMP) and regulatory affairs in the tightly controlled environment of the pharmaceutical industry.
Biopharmaceuticals play an important and increasing role in combating diseases such as diabetes, cancer, or multiple sclerosis. The development of mRNA vaccines against the COVID-19 pandemic by biotechnology companies further illustrated the important work of experts in pharmaceutical biotechnology.
With a Master’s degree in Pharmaceutical Biotechnology (M.Sc.), you’ll have skills highly sought after in the upcoming pharmaceutical industry 4.0. There’ll be a wide range of career options opening up for you, including positions in:
As a graduate of our pharmaceutical master, you’ll be well equipped to work in an international setting.
The Pharmaceutical Biotechnology Master covers various areas.
These include, amongst others:
Naturally, you’ll have plenty of opportunity to work in our state-of-the-art laboratories.
To be admitted to the full-time Master’s study program in Pharmaceutical Biotechnology (M.Sc.) at Hochschule Fresenius, you need to fulfil the following admission requirements:
You’ll need a Bachelor’s degree with at least 180 credit points in a chemistry- or biology-related field of study, such as pharmacy, chemistry, biology, biochemistry, or biotechnology.
The study program is taught in English, therefore you’ll also need English language skills at Level B2 of the European Framework of Reference for Languages.
Please be aware, if you come from a country outside the European Union or the European Economic Area, you will usually require a visa to study in Germany. It can take several months to apply for and receive your visa, so you should start the process as early as possible.