Welcome at the Faculty Office of Natural Sciences

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Dear Students and Visitors at the Faculty of Natural Science University Salzburg!

I welcome you on behalf of all members at our faculty! We are pleased that you are interested in our studies.

Approximately 5.000 students take advantage from our offer of currently 8 Bachelor's and 13 Master's fields of study (Psychology, Biology, Medical Biology, Molecular Biosciences, Computer Science, Applied Image and Signal Processing, Chemistry and Physics of Materials, Geography, Applied Geoinformatics, Engineer and Material Science, Mathematics, Geology, Data Science), 5 Secondary School Teacher Accreditations (Biology and Environmental Studies, Geography and Economics, Informatics and Informatics Management, Mathematics, Physics ) and PhD studies in all these subjects (including three externally funded Doctoral Programmes).

In addition to offer a diversity of courses, it is our endeavor to involve students in all stages of their studies in our research activities.

To emphasize the national and international attractiveness of our faculty, we offer a variety of courses given in English.

Furthermore we support through a number of programmes the international mobility of our students, which is becoming increasingly important these days in terms of career prospects.

We hope to provide you with our offer the necessary commitment, motivation and joy for the study and to create a good basis for the use of the wide range of career opportunities.

On this homepage of the faculty office you will find all relevant information and forms for your study, the final exam, final thesis, procedure for course-recognition, scholarships, etc.

Sincerely yours

Univ.- Prof. Dipl.-Math. Dr. Arne Bathke

Dean of the Faculty of Natural Science

 

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