Study Natural Sciences at LIT.

Renewable forms of energy, new medicines and drugs, the foundation for quantum computers, or mathematical algorithms for artificial intelligence. These are some of the challenges we face in the future. The world needs you as the natural scientist of tomorrow!

Chemistry, physics, mathematics, molecular biology and much more - if you love to get to the bottom of things, you will find an exciting selection of academic degree programs in natural sciences here. Choose from a wide range of degree programs and combine theory with hands-on, real-world practices at modern laboratories at the Johannes Kepler University.

Just take a look. Let one of our graduate students, Barbara, introduce you to the JKU campus, talk about what she typically does at the university, and what it's like to study chemistry. The other degree program pages contain more videos!

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Academic Degree Programs in Natural Sciences at LIT

You have decided to study natural sciences at LIT? You, of course, also have the freedom to choose your field of study as LIT offers a variety of academic degree programs. Learn more about them in detail here:

Bachelor's Degree Programs

Master's Degree Programs

Doctorate Degree Programs

Research-Led Teaching

Teaching and research go hand-in-hand at LIT, supported by various departments and institutes at the Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences. If you pursue a degree in natural sciences, you have a unique opportunity to get a taste of many exciting research projects during your studies or even take part in some. Would you like to learn more? Here is an overview of all institutes.

What else does LIT have to offer?

Quite a lot! Numerous other academic degree programs in engineering and computer sciences. Just take a look!

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