FH Aachen - Master Studium Biomedical Engineering

Hochschule:Hochschule Aachen (FH Aachen), Standort Jülich
Bundesland:Nordrhein-Westfalen
Studiengang:Master Studium Biomedical Engineering
Studiendauer (Regelstudienzeit):4 Semester
Abschluss:Master of Science (M.Sc.)
Voraussetzung zur Zulassung:Hochschulabschluss (Bachelor, Dipl.Ing. oder äquivalent) in Biomedizintechnik oder einem thematisch angrenzenden Studiengang, zertifizierte Englischkenntnisse für Nicht-Muttersprachler
BesonderheitenStudienbeginn jeweils zum Sommersemester

Informationen zum Studiengang Biomedical Engineering (auf englisch)

The Master of Science programme in Biomedical Engineering at the University of Applied Sciences Aachen is an interdisciplinary and internationally oriented study providing students with state of the art scientific knowledge. Additionally, our faculty being scientifically active at the frontiers of science and technology provides in-depth scientific skills and methods in the field of biomedical engineering. This will lead to a scientific qualification and autonomy in this discipline. Graduates will also achieve the necessary qualifications to pursue a doctoral degree.

Our Faculty leads the co-operation between university members representing academics in Medicine, Mathematics, Computer Sciences, Natural Sciences, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Information Technology. The design of the programme takes full advantage of the scientific environment offered by the Aachen, University of Applied Sciences and its research labs. The scientific themes of our research students will not only be sharing during their studies but also during their MSc or PhD thesis work. The Biomedical Engineering master study takes particular advantage of well-equipped scientific labs that are working in close collaboration with the Research Centre Jülich and our engineering faculties in the city of Aachen.

The Master's programme study courses have a modular design and are divided into bridging modules, general compulsory courses, specialised modules, and optional courses. The Master's thesis typically occupies the final six months of the programme. The curriculum and course contents are structured according to the ECTS (European Credit Transfer System) allowing students to study partly at other European universities. Our faculty provides the opportunity to perform internships in biomedical engineering related organisations outside the university.

Last but not least, students showing excellent performance will have the chance to join a PhD study in close cooperation with other German or foreign universities.