BSc Life Science & Technology

What do penicillin, beer, and bio-degradable plastic have in common? Not much at first sight, but on closer consideration, the thing that links these (and many more) applications is the living cell. This ‘smallest building block of life’ is the key element in the Life Science & Technology (LST) degree programme. The programme combines biology, chemistry, physics, maths and several other fields.

LST is a joint programme of Leiden University and Delft University of Technology. You will benefit from the knowledge and facilities of two universities and after completion of your studies you will receive one diploma on which both universities are listed.

For more information about Leiden University please visit this page.

Unfortunately, due to the latest measures relating the Covid-19 virus, the on-campus activities at the TU Delft can temporarily not take place. As we really want to help you with choosing a Bachelor programme, we offer a few online alternatives.

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Diploma: BSc Life Science & Technology

Voertaal: Dutch

Starts: September

Faculteit: Joint Degree: TU Delft (faculty of Applied Sciences) & Universiteit Leiden (faculty of Science)

Studielast: 180 EC, 36 months

Vorm: Full time - on campus


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