Molecular Biology and Genetics
Here you will find information on formal administrative matters of the PhD degree programme for Molecular Biology and Genetics (MBG) - including Molecular Medicine.
This includes the following:
- Whom to contact if you have questions
- The PhD plan
- Qualifying exam
- The PhD dissertation (handing in and defending the dissertation)
- General Guidelines for PhD dissertations in the PhD programme of Molecular Biology and Molecular Medicine (including examples of PhD dissertations from MBG)
You can also find information about other matters that are relevant to your PhD studies:
Information from the website of the Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics (MBG)
Other information relevant for MBG students
Here you'll find answers to many of the questions asked by students and supervisors.
At MBG, expenses connected with the PhD education (e.g. travel costs, computer etc.) are under normal circumstances covered by the PhD project supervisor. In cases where this is not possible, the Head of Department Erik Østergaard Jensen should be contacted.
Workload calculated for teaching
A 45 min TØ teaching is in average calculated as 2.5 work hours. This includes preparation and correction of reports.