Bioorganic Chemistry

Code P1402 Organic Chemistry / Bioorganic Chemistry

  • Form of study: full time/ combined
  • Form of entrance exam: oral
  • Number of accepted students: 2/1

Content of the entrance examination

Oral exam from the knowledge of chemistry and reactions of organic compounds.
English language exam for English language knowledge assessment (C1 at least).

Additional conditions for the bonus (practice)

Successfully completed (degree) university studies in pharmacy, science or chemical field (rated 2 points).
Diploma thesis similar with respect to organic, bioorganic or pharmaceutical chemistry (rated 3 points).

Criteria for the evaluation examination

  1. Professional knowledge level – reviewed on answers to questions stated in General content of entrance exam (max. up to 10 points)
  2. Submitted doctoral project – complexity of project, modern methodical access to solution and project continuation of actually solved topics in appropriate field of study are evaluated (max. up to 10 points)

Only a candidate who obtains at least 15 points is accepted.

Conditions for admission

  1. Finishing of required former studies, i.e the proper completion of studies in the Master's degree program
  2. Successfully passed entrance exam

Informations on the exercise of graduates

The doctoral program in Bioorganic Chemistry encompasses both experimental work and theoretical courses in Organic and Bioorganic Chemistry. The program puts a particular emphasis on high level theoretical knowledge and practical skills in organic synthesis, physical methods of Organic Chemistry, structure elucidation, and molecular modelling focused on Quantitative Structure-Activity Relationships. Graduates will be highly proficient in Organic Chemistry focused on the design and synthesis of biologically active compounds. They will be well qualified to undertake research and development work in Chemistry and Pharmacy, including the design and manufacturing of drugs, their transporters and pharmaceutical auxiliary substances.

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