[Translate to English:] Biomedical Engineering

Biomedical Engineering

Master of Science

At the interface between medicine, man and technology

The Master of Biomedical Engineering combines traditional engineering principles with the innovative, globally-expanding field of application – medical engineering. Specialists who can work at the interface between medicine, man and technology, and who have the interdisciplinary knowledge and skills to drive research and development forward to an advanced level, are currently in high demand. The Biomedical Engineering programme provides these competencies. It is a postgraduate programme for those with a degree in a related field, such as engineering, natural sciences and medicine.

Why study Biomedical Engineering?

  • Expertise at the interface between medicine, man and technology
  • Doctorate opportunities
  • Interdisciplinary degree programme 
  • Research-oriented projects integrated in course
  • Extensive cooperation projects with clinics, industry and research institutions
  • Lecturers are experts with academic and industrial background
  • Small groups and individual support
  • First-class job prospects
  • Well-respected university with many years of experience in offering medical engineering bachelor's and master's programmes
  • ECTS 90 ECTS
  • Programme duration 3 Semesters
  • Campus Schwenningen Campus
  • Faculty Mechanical and Medical Engineering
  • Programme begins Winter semester (October)
  • Application deadline 15 May for international applicants
  • Entry requirements Subject-specific knowledge: see Details of programme
    Language proficiency: English (CEF B2, or an English-taught Bachelor's degree)
  • Teaching Language English
  • Accreditation Yes (accredited through the university system accreditation)