Mechatronics and Systems Engineering (Medical technology | Robotics)

As an engineer with a broad range of interdisciplinary skills, you combine computer science, electronics and mechanics at the interface of technology, medicine and robotics and thus play a central role as a link between the individual disciplines. Your in-depth knowledge forms an excellent basis (basic requirement) for innovation and creativity in industry and society. You will acquire the holistic competences to design, develop and apply intelligent and high-precision systems in a broad and cross-disciplinary manner.

Study programme Mechatronics and Systems Engineering (Medical technology | Robotics)

This interdisciplinary and extensive programme – with specialisations in robotics and medical technology and a wide range of options for individual focus areas – enables you to gain a vast array of skills in the fields of mechanical design, electronics, informatics, sensor technology, drive technology, control technology, product development, microtechnology, medical technology, robotics, optics/photonics, rehabilitation technology, bionics, prosthetics, mechatronics and system technology.

In this programme, you will

  • Combine mechatronics and system technology at the fascinating interfaces of technology, medicine and robotics

  • Learn how to combine elements of electronics, informatics and mechanics to create high-precision intelligent and high-precision systems and innovative products

  • Specialise in medical technology and/or robotics

  • Select from a wide range of options to give your degree programme a personal touch (optics/photonics, sensor technology, rehabilitation technology)

  • Acquire a valuable additional qualification if you enrol in our bilingual (German/French) programme;

  • Gain insights into everyday practice by completing various projects and your bachelor’s thesis in cooperation with industry partners;

  • As an interdisciplinary mechatronics specialist and systems engineer, you’ll open up outstanding career prospects in many different sectors.


  • Title/Degree Bachelor of Science (BSc)
  • Specialisations Medical technology, robotics
  • Mode of study Full-time (6 semesters), part-time (8 or 10 semesters)
  • Start date Calendar week 38
  • Application deadline 31 July
  • ECTS credits 180 ECTS credits
  • Teaching language German or bilingually in German/French
  • Location Biel/Bienne
  • School School of Engineering and Computer Science

This degree programme is offered in German and French. For detailed information, please go to the German or French page.