Applied Biotechnologies

Places: 16 state funded places, 9 fee places

This master’s degree programme is designed primarily for Biotechnology graduates (Agricultural Biotechnology, Food Industry Biotechnology, Veterinary Biotechnology, Environmental Biotechnology, Industrial Biotechnology, or Pharmaceutical Biotechnology). However, any graduates passionate about life sciences, keen to broaden their understanding of Applied Biotechnologies, are welcome.

Curricula disciplines target multiomic applications in biotechnologies, such as: genomics, microbial biotechnologies, bioinformatics, biotechnology of fermentative products, biodynamics of natural pigments, metabolite isolation from natural matrices, biomaterials – practical applications, marker-assisted selection, embryo-associated biotechnologies, molecular techniques for food authentication and GMO detection, nutritional genomics etc.