In this post, Patrick Baudy reports on his visit at the first international conference on microbial ecotoxicology – the EcotoxicoMic 2017 in Lyon, France.
In this post, Verena Sesin reports on her participation in the first IIES Graduate Students Forum Asia 2017 themed “Application of Environmental Science in Environmental Remediation” in Hong Kong.
The BlogTeam and all members of Landau’s Institute for Environmental Sciences wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
Last semester the Welcome Center Landau and the University Shop organised an exhibition under the title “University of Koblenz-Landau Goes International”. With this international exhibition we wanted to portray students from abroad, who joined us and contribute to the diverse community of our university. All of them have become active members of our international student body. They commit themselves to supporting their fellow students or show how they made their way to Landau and have faced the challenges of daily life in a foreign country. Now we are extending our exhibition! Continue reading
In summer semester 2017 the Welcome Center Landau offers a series of sessions under the title “Getting Ready for the Job Market” for international students and PhDs who plan to stay in Germany. Continue reading
Get to know companies and ways of entering the job market in the Rhine Neckar Area at the event “University and economy – together for the region” in Worms on 5th of April.
This year’s conference of the German Association for Limnology (DGL), which will be held in Cottbus from 25th to 29th of September, 2017, will again feature a session on aquatic ecotoxicology.
How to apply? Research fields? Career prospects? And where is Landau? Join the Webinar on 20th March and find out more about the international, English-taught MSc Ecotoxicology, and studying at the University of Koblenz-Landau.
Student blogger Lara and Prof. Ralf Schäfer report from the EFSA’s Conference “Environmental risk assessment of pesticides: 25 years of scientific advancements since the adoption of Directive 91/414/EEC”.
Every year applicants from abroad who are accepted on one of our international master’s programs – like Ecotoxicology – can apply for a Successful Start Scholarship. Continue reading