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The disciplines of ecology and evolution research the units, structures, functions and changes within our biotic environment. A deep and scientifically based understanding of ecological and evolutionary processes is a prerequisite for the conservation, protection and sustainable use of biodiversity and natural resources. This includes understanding the interactions of organisms with each other and the environment as well as the adaptive differentiation of species, populations and individuals in terms of their genetic characteristics, ecology, morphology, physiology, and developmental and reproductive biology at various spatial and temporal scales. The master's course in Ecology and Evolution provides a thorough, forward-looking and high-quality education in these areas. It is characterised by an integrative, experimental, interdisciplinary and internationally competitive approaches to education and research.