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Degree Programmes in English

The following degree programmes are completely in English. Please note that for most of these programmes you will need to aquire and prove basic skills in German by the end of the second or third semester.

How to apply

Our Master Programmes in English

- in alphabetical order -

  • Language of instruction: English
  • German proficiency required? No.
  • Other language requirements: English at least B2
  • Application deadline: 15 May

 M.Sc. Applied Earth Observation and Geoanalysis

  • Language of instruction: English
  • German proficiency required? No.
  • Other language requirements: English at least C1
  • Application Periods & Deadlines:

        For the winter semester: application from May to July 15 (deadline)
        Proof of completed bachelor no later than Sept 15

        For the summer semester: from Nov. to Jan. 15 (deadline)
        Proof of completed bachelor no later than Mar 15

M.Sc. Behavioural Neurobiology (Neuroethology)

  • Language of instruction: English and German.
  • German proficiency required?: No. 
  • Other Language requirements?: English at least B2
  • Application deadline: 1 Jun

M.Sc. Biochemistry

  • Language of instruction: English
  • German proficiency required? No.
  • Other language requirements: English at least C1
  • Application Periods & Deadlines:

        For the winter semester: application from May to July 15 (deadline)
        Proof of completed bachelor no later than Sept 15

        For the summer semester: from Nov. to Jan. 15 (deadline)
        Proof of completed bachelor no later than Mar 15

M.Sc. Biophysics

  • Language of instruction: English/German
  • German proficiency required? At least B1 if modules in German are selected
  • Other language requirements: English at least C1 (recommended)
  • Application Periods & Deadlines:

        For the winter semester: application from May to July 15 (deadline)
        Proof of completed bachelor no later than Sept 15

        For the summer semester: from Nov. to Jan. 15 (deadline)
        Proof of completed bachelor no later than Mar 15

Tracks:
  • Behavioural Neurobiology (Neuroethology)
  • Biophysics
  • Cell and Infection Biology
  • Ecology
  • Molecular and Computational Biology
  • Protein Chemistry
  • Systems Biology and Metabolomics 

M.Sc. Biosciences

  • Language of instruction: English
  • German proficiency required? No.
  • Other language requirements: English at least C1
  • Application Periods & Deadlines:

        For the winter semester: application from May to July 15 (deadline)
        Proof of completed bachelor no later than Sept 15

        For the summer semester: from Nov. to Jan. 15 (deadline)
        Proof of completed bachelor no later than Mar 15

M.Sc. Cell and Infection Biology

  • Language of instruction: English (some courses in Chinese)
  • German proficiency required? No.
  • Other language requirements: English at least B2
  • Application deadline: 15 Mar

M.A. China Language and Economy

  • Language of instruction: Chinese and English
  • German proficiency required?: No
  • Other Language requirements?: Very good modern Chinese Proficiency (Bachelor-Level), English at least B2.
  • Application deadline: 15 Mar

M.A. Chinese Studies

  • Language of instruction: English
  • German proficiency required? No.
  • Other language requirements: English at least C1
  • Application Periods & Deadlines:

        For the winter semester: application from May to July 15 (deadline)
        Proof of completed bachelor no later than Sept 15

        For the summer semester: from Nov. to Jan. 15 (deadline)
        Proof of completed bachelor no later than Mar 15

M.Sc. Ecology

  • Language of instruction: English
  • German proficiency required? No.
  • Other language requirements: English at least C1
  • Application deadline: 15 Mar

M.Sc. FOKUS Life Sciences

  • Language of instruction: English
  • German proficiency required? No.
  • Other language requirements: English at least B1-B2
  • Application deadlines:
    summer semester: 15 Jan
    winter semester: 15 Jul

M.Sc. Mathematics International

  • Language of instruction: English
  • German proficiency required? No.
  • Other language requirements: English at least C1
  • Application Periods & Deadlines:

        For the winter semester: application from May to July 15 (deadline)
        Proof of completed bachelor no later than Sept 15

        For the summer semester: from Nov. to Jan. 15 (deadline)
        Proof of completed bachelor no later than Mar 15

M.Sc. Molecular and Computational Biology

  • Language of instruction: English
  • German proficiency required? No.
  • Other language requirements: English at least C1
  • Application Periods & Deadlines:

        For the winter semester: application from May to July 15 (deadline)
        Proof of completed bachelor no later than Sept 15

        For the summer semester: from Nov. to Jan. 15 (deadline)
        Proof of completed bachelor no later than Mar 15

M.Sc. Protein Chemistry

  • Language of instruction: English
  • German proficiency required? No.
  • Other language requirements: English at least B2
  • Application deadline: 15 Mar

M.Sc. Satellite Technology

  • Language of instruction: English
  • German proficiency required? No.
  • Other language requirements: English at least C1
  • Application Periods & Deadlines:

        For the winter semester: application from May to July 15 (deadline)
        Proof of completed bachelor no later than Sept 15

        For the summer semester: from Nov. to Jan. 15 (deadline)
        Proof of completed bachelor no later than Mar 15

M.Sc. Systems Biology and Metabolomics

  • Language of instruction: English
  • German proficiency required? No.
  • Other language requirements: English at least C1
  • Application deadline: 15 Mar

M.Sc. Translational Neuroscience


Module Studies

Are you not yet certain which Master's programme you would like to complete? Consider the University of Würzburg's Module Studies programme, where students can take one semester of courses in an area of study before enrolling in an offical Master's programme. This option allows students to orient themselves before committing to an official programme. Courses completed during the Module Studies programme can be transferred to the Master's programme.