Micromedical Engineering Master (I2212)

Micromedical Engineering

Master of Science

Qualified for the medical technology challenges of the future

Because demographic developments, the treatment of age-related and chronic illness and neurological illness such as Parkinson's, represent a core challenge for medicine, new approaches to medical provision must be found. Implants and other forms of treatment using medical technology will play a pioneering role.

This innovative master's degree programme provides in-depth knowledge and skills in the areas of micromedicine, microtechnology, biomedicine and biocompatible materials, with a focus on implants and smart systems. This programme provides the scientific answers to the future needs of modern medicine, miniaturization, computerization and biologicalization in medical engineering and preventative healthcare.

  • ECTS 90 ECTS
  • Programme duration 3 Semesters
  • Campus Schwenningen Campus
  • Faculty Mechanical and Medical Engineering
  • Programme begins Winter semester (October), also possible in summer semester
  • Application deadline See application details
  • Entry requirements University degree, professional background
  • Teaching Language German
  • Accreditation Yes (accredited through the university system accreditation)


No news available.