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Language of study  English
Mode of study  Full-time
Term of study  1 year 8 months
Entrance exams for foreign citizens 


(with an indication of the main disciplines studied)

Names of master’s degree students’ activities, cycles of  disciplines, disciplines Number of credits



  • • Physical biochemistry
    • Clinical biochemistry
    • Biochemistry of hormones
    • Cellular Biology
    • Cell signal transduction
    • Medical biochemistry
    • Medical immunology
    • Clinical microbiology
    • Virology
    • Laboratory methods in microbiology
    • Laboratory methods in biochemistry
    • Structural and functional organization of genomes

In the disciplines taught, attention is paid to the latest advances in biology literature, as well as the development of professional skills related to the practice and dissemination of modern biological sciences. Academic disciplines include molecular structure, the function of various enzymes, and the detailed study of basic biochemical processes. Disciplines will allow you to study the structure, function and biological processes of various molecules and macromolecules in complex biological systems.

120 credits per study period

The main competencies that

the graduate will acquire

  • Areas in which master's students can pursue research include cellular and molecular biology, microbiology, ecology and evolution, biology of organisms, genetics and epigenetics, environmental science, toxicology, physiology, development, and various aspects of applied biology (such as agriculture and conservation nature).

    The master's program prepares students for employment in any teaching or research field, in the public and private sectors, related to the chemical and biological sciences.

Options to continue education

(postgraduate specialties)

Postgraduate studies:
• Biochemistry
• Biophysics
• Microbiology
• Biotechnology
Graduate certificate MASTER’S DEGREE DIPLOMA


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