The "life sciences" (or rather biosciences) deal with biotechnological concepts, methods and processes with which, for example, new medicines are developed.
The Corona pandemic in particular has shown the benefits of innovations from the life sciences. According to a recent study, the new Corona vaccines saved the lives of 20 million people.
Such innovations are a central pillar for the future, prosperity and progress - not only in biomedicine and healthcare, but also in building a sustainable, bio-based economy.
This is where the Life Science Management degree programme comes in: At the interface of biotechnology, digitalisation and economics, we train students interested in business administration in practice-oriented management subjects and prepare them for a professional future in one of the largest national and international growth industries.