Education of the Behavioural Ecology Group

Education by the Behavioural Ecology Group covers the whole field of animal behaviour, including basic behavioural mechanisms, behavioural ecology, applied animal behaviour, animal welfare and life history decisions. Our courses are directed towards both Biology and Animal Science students.


Are you a BSc or MSc student with a fascination for the intricate world of animal behaviour and are you looking for a thesis topic? Explore the thesis opportunities we currently offer, get inspired by browsing through the research topics within our group, or contact our staff directly to find a thesis topic that aligns with your interests.


Available thesis topics

Internship and research practice

Are you an MSc student with an interest in understanding the complex behaviours of animals and their interactions with the environment? And are you looking for an internship or research practice opportunity? The Behavioural Ecology group offers several opportunities for internships and research practices and provides an overview of previous internship or research practice topics. In addition, you can find a contact list for possible new internship or research practice opportunities. If these topics do not align with your interests, please explore the list of internship opportunities provided by the university or reach out to our staff.