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Life Science

The mission of The European School of Life Sciences educational process is to inspire and transform students by providing them with innovative learning experiences that prepare them to thrive in a dynamic and demanding world with improving lives by stimulating scientific discovery and solving critical problems at the intersection of life sciences and society.

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Duration
2 years
Tuition Fee
€3,500 annually
Level
Masters
Attendance
On Campus
Format
Full Time

Description

About the Department

The mission of The European School of Life Sciences educational process is to inspire and transform students by providing them with innovative learning experiences that prepare them to thrive in a dynamic and demanding world with improving lives by stimulating scientific discovery and solving critical problems at the intersection of life sciences and society.  Students are expected to participate in learning activities and deepen their understanding of the microbial world and apply their knowledge to various concepts

Our Aim is to provide students with a foundation of scientific knowledge and ways of exploring the world. The life sciences pervade so many aspects of our lives – from health care to the environment, and expand the horizon of a student about the flora and fauna, giving a thorough base on the subject which helps in finding bright future options!

The mission of The European School of Life Sciences is to inspire and transform our students by providing them with innovative learning experiences that prepare them to thrive in a dynamic and demanding world. Our school also strives to improve lives by stimulating scientific discovery and solving critical problems at the intersection of life sciences and society and gives students a huge basis of factual knowledge and skills.

List Of Courses

  • Agriculture
  • Biology
  • Biochemistry
  • Microbiology
  • Geology
  • Geodesy
  • Genetics
  • Ecology
  • Agronomy
  • Environmental Technologies
  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Zoology
  • Food Technology
  • Environmental Physiology
  • Biotechnology
  • Chemistry
  • Botany
  • Environmental Science
  • Agriculture, Fisheries, and Food
  • Anatomy and Morphology
  • Behavioural Sciences
  • Biophysics
  • Ecology, Evolution, and Environment
  • Entomology
  • Forestry
  • Genetics and Heredity
  • Immunology
  • Mycology
  • Paleontology
  • Parasitology
  • Physiology
  • Plant Sciences
  • Toxicology
  • Veterinary Sciences
  • Virology

Educational Process

Veterinary Science is vital to the study and protection of animal production practices, herd health, and monitoring of the spread of widespread disease. It requires the acquisition and application of scientific knowledge in multiple disciplines and uses technical skills for disease prevention in both domestic and wild animals.

Human health is protected by veterinary science working closely with many medical professionals through the careful monitoring of livestock health as well as its unique training in epidemiology and emerging zoonotic diseases worldwide. Veterinary medicine is informally as old as the human/animal bond but in recent years has expanded exponentially because of the availability of advanced diagnostic and therapeutic techniques for most species.

Animals nowadays often receive advanced medical, dental, and surgical care including insulin injections, root canals, hip replacements, cataract extractions, and pacemakers. Veterinarians assist in ensuring the quality, quantity, and security of food supplies by working to maintain the health of livestock and inspecting the meat itself.

Veterinary scientists are very important in chemical, biological, and pharmacological research.

Agriculture is up to four times more effective than other sectors in reducing poverty. Increasingly, the world is counting on agriculture to produce more nutritious food for — and improve the livelihoods of — a booming population, especially the poor.

The Course of Microbiology will give detailed insights into five major themes: Structure and function of microbes (cellular structures, metabolism, and growth), microbial genetics, microbial ecology, microbial diversity (prokaryotes, eukaryotes, viruses), and clinical microbiology (immunity, pathogenicity, epidemiology, control of microbes, and diseases). Students are expected to participate in learning activities and class discussions to deepen their understanding of the microbial world and apply their knowledge to various concepts.

By the end of the study course, students are expected to demonstrate an understanding of the structural similarities and differences among microbes and the unique structure/function relationships of prokaryotic cells and comprehend the fundamentals of molecular microbiology. The course is aimed to appreciate the diversity of microorganisms and microbial communities and recognize how microorganisms solve the fundamental problems their environments present and recognizing how the underlying principles of the epidemiology of disease and pathogenicity of specific microbes affect human health.

Career Perspective

The career options of a life sciences graduate are well respected around the world, and your work and research can have a real-world impact and help improve people’s lives. Your expertise will also be sought-after around the world, so there could also be opportunities to work abroad. Here are some of the different jobs you will find in the life science sector:

Biomedical Scientist - Biomedical scientists examine medical samples, for example, blood and tissue, helping doctors to diagnose and treat diseases. They use their knowledge and test results to advise and support doctors and other medical staff. Biomedical scientists need in-depth knowledge of areas such as pathology, anatomy, and physiology.

Biotechnologist - Biotechnologists combine biology, the science of living things, with technology. They research and develop the use of biology to solve problems in areas such as health care, the pharmaceutical and chemical industries, agriculture, food production, and environmental protection

Biochemist - Biochemists study the chemistry of life. They investigate life’s processes at the level of molecules, using their knowledge to identify and solve biological problems. They research and develop new products and processes to benefit a wide range of areas, including food processing, pharmaceuticals, health care, and agriculture.

Microbiologist - Microbiologists study the biology and chemistry of microbes. They apply their knowledge to solve problems in areas like agriculture, food production, the water industry, medicine, and pharmaceuticals, and to manage and protect the environment.

There are some excellent options the graduates of Schools of Life Sciences hold all over the world:

  • Laboratory Technician
  • Technical Writer
  • Microbiologist
  • Medical Sales Representative
  • Wildlife Biologist
  • Data Manager
  • Ecologist
  • Biomedical Engineer
  • Biomedical Scientist
  • Biotechnologist
  • Biochemist
  • Computational Biologist
  • Clinical Research Associate
  • Industrial Pharmacist
  • Research Assistant
  • Bioinformatician


Requirement

Applicants must possess a bachelor's degree with CGPA > 2.50/4.00 OR 3.0-3.5/5.00

A copy of your international Passport Bio-Data Page.

WAEC Certificate

Undergraduate Certificate (ND & HND)

Undergraduate Transcript  (ND & HND)

Passport Photograph

English Proficiency TOEFL (60 IBT), IELTS (5.5)

Curriculum Vitae

Two reference letters.

Statement of Purpose in English (A letter that states the Applicant’s Purpose for choosing the Program ).

Fees

*** In addition to tuition fees, the student is required to cover: ***

Accommodation: 1800 EUR (every year);

Medical Insurance: 100 EUR per year (one-time payment, depending on the duration of the course);

Medical Check-Up, Temporary Residence Permission: 200 EUR (once);

Other Expenses (Administrative Fee, Admission Fee, Registration Fee, Airport Reception Charges,

Immigration Clearance Charges, Intermediary Company Charges, etc..): 1800 EUR only for the first year

Tuition Fee €3,500 annually
Application Fee €0
Acceptance Fee €1,800
Housing Fee €1,800- €2,000 annually
Living Fee €100- €150 monthly

Addition Information

DegreeMSC
Duration2 years
AttendanceOn Campus
LevelMasters
Country🇵🇱 Poland
Campuses
Main Campus
FormatFull Time
Intakes
Fall 2023, Spring 2024, Fall 2024, Spring 2025, Spring 2025
Study LanguageEnglish
Application Fee€0

€3,500 per year

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