Department of Health Studies

Mass Spectrometry and Molecular Analysis



Admission requirements

You meet the requirements for this Master’s degree programme if you have

  • a relevant Bachelor’s degree or
  • an equivalent qualification.

Relevant Bachelor’s or Diploma degrees with a sound education in chemistry and molecular biology include, e.g. Biomedical Science, Chemistry or Molecular Biology. If you have completed the Academy for Medical-Technical Laboratory Services or an equivalent post-secondary education you may also enrol on this Master’s course.

The Master’s degree programme in Mass Spectrometry and Molecular Analysis is open to holders of Bachelor’s degrees from a wide range of universities, including:

  • Biotechnology & Food Engineering
  • Bioengineering
  • Biomedical Science
  • Biotechnological Processes
  • Chemistry
  • Food Science and Biotechnology
  • Food Technology and Nutrition
  • Medical and Pharmaceutical Biotechnology
  • Molecular Biology
  • Molecular Biotechnology
  • Pharmaceutics
  • Technical Chemistry
  • and similar programmes
  • We also welcome applicants who have completed a relevant equivalent degree programme at other universities or in other countries.

If your degree is basically equivalent but you lack individual qualifications, admission to the course will be conditional on passing supplementary examinations to be taken in the course of the first year.

In cases of doubt, the head of degree programme will decide whether the admission requirements are met. You will be notified once we have received your complete application documents.

Language skills

The degree programme is taught in German. If you are proficient in German at level B2 you should have no problem following the classes. Please send us a certificate evidencing your language skills unless these are included in your secondary school leaving certificate or similar diplomas.

You are not an Austrian citizen?

You'll need to meet certain requirements. For more information please go to International Applicants.