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Joining the Group

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Join us for a B.Sc. or M.Sc. Thesis

If you consider applying for a B.Sc. or M.Sc. thesis in our group, you are advised to first contact the Ph.D. students and post-docs to enquire about current topics and if they would be willing to supervise you in the laboratory.

It is not essential to speak German, but you must be able to speak and write in English.

We are looking forward to your application.

Contact

Prof. Dr. Anne Staubitz

Leobener Strasse NW2 C1360
28359 Bremen, Germany

Tel. +49 421 / 218 63210
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How to apply

We are very interested in all applications from motivated talented students and post-docs to join the group. In some cases, there may be funding available, but in others, you will need to apply for fellowships. In order to help you to prepare a fellowship proposal, you should write a detailed cover letter that explains why you would like to join the group, your current level of expertise and what you hope to learn from your stay in Bremen, and your career aspirations. It is also helpful to have one or two letters of recommendation sent to Prof. Staubitz.

B.Sc. Thesis

  • The laboratory notebook and thesis will be written in English; oral presentations are also in English
  • Adhering to all health and safety procedures
  • Motivation and initiative
  • Learning to use state-of-the art equipment
  • A safe work environment
  • Timely proof-reading and marking
  • For particularly outstanding students: active support for fellowship applications

M.Sc. Thesis

  • After the topic has been agreed upon: A detailed research plan and an oral presentation in the group
  • The laboratory notebook and thesis will be written in English; oral presentations are also in English
  • Adhering to all health and safety procedures
  • Motivation and initiative: You are strongly encouraged to come up with new ideas and try out things. This is an essential part for becoming a scientist.
  • You also need to stay up-to-date with the literature
  • Learning to use state-of-the art equipment
  • A safe work environment
  • In-depth training in communicating in English and presenting your work effectively
  • Timely proof-reading and marking
  • For particularly outstanding students: active support for fellowship applications