Master of Science
none | individual acceptance
standard length of study
April 1 or October 1
Bachelor's degree in a similar field
possible throughout the year
Biomedical Engineering is technology for life. It takes directly effect for the good of man. Its purpose is the exploration and development of technology-oriented methods and systems for the early detection, diagnosis, therapy and rehabilitation of diseases. Biomedical Engineering is a multidisciplinary scientific field at the interface between medicine and technology with exceptional high dynamics of development. Recent studies assign it a place among the top ten state-of-the-art technologies of the 21st century.
The Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering as a consecutive research-oriented university course is based on the Bachelor of Science degree in Biomedical Engineering or other engineering degrees and qualifies for a career in the medical engineering industry, hospitals or public authorities.
The aim of the research-oriented master program Biomedical Engineering is the education of graduates with established basic engineering knowledge, outstanding methodological competence, a strong understanding of current medical questions and practically relevant medical knowledge.
The master program Biomedical Engineering provides the foundation for a later PhD. In the course of the double master program with the University of Technology of Malaysia (UTM), students can earn a double degree.
Bewerbung zum Wintersemester
16. April - 15. Oktober
16. Januar - 15. Juli (Internationale Studierende)
Bewerbung zum Sommersemester
16. Oktober - 15. April
16. Juli - 15. Januar (Internationale Studierende)
Radiologic technology/radiation protection
Detailed overview Modultafel Biomedizinische Technik (Master)
Medical Engineering (e.g. development, quality management, consulting and training)
Hospitals and doctor's offices (e.g. technology management, radiology, safety engineer)
Medical and Biological Research (fundamental and clinical research)
Administration, Expert Organisations (e.g. radiation protection)