Biomedical-Engineering

As a student in our MSc in Biomedical Engineering programme, you will contribute to innovation in medtech and benefit from an excellent network.

  • Close collaboration with the Inselspital (University Hospital of Bern)
  • Applied training
  • International programme in English
  • Two-year full-time programme with part-time option
  • Option to continue with doctoral studies
  • In cooperation with the University of Bern
Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering

Factsheet

  • Title/Degree Master of Science (MSc)
  • Specialisations Biomechanical Systems, Electronic Implants, Image Guided Therapy
  • Mode of study Full-time (4 semesters), part-time (6 semesters)
  • Start date Calendar week 38
  • Application deadline Academic year 19/20: 31.8.2019
  • ECTS credits 120 ECTS-Credits
  • Study language English
  • Location Bern (primarily), Biel
  • Department Engineering and information technology

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Biomedical engineering is among the most promising research areas and economic sectors in the 21st century, demonstrating above-average growth around the world. Medical technology in Switzerland is a particularly well established industry sector that has reached very high standards.
Thanks to a partnership between the University of Bern and Bern University of Applied Sciences, the Master of Sciences in Biomedical Engineering programme is open to a wide range of interested students. For the time being, graduates of Swiss universities of applied sciences with a background in a relevant scientific or engineering discipline (such as microtechnology, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, physics, IT and others) will be admitted to the university-based MSc programme without prerequisites. You will join a group of students from various academic and cultural backgrounds in your interdisciplinary studies. Upon successfully completing the programme, you may move on to a doctorate. This grants graduates of universities of applied sciences access to academia. Compulsory courses are held three days per week (with some exceptions), thus allowing you to study while you work.

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Find further information about the MSc Biomedical Engineering programme, admissions and application process on the University of Bern website.