- Bachelor of Science
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 01 July
- ECTS credits 180 ECTS credits
- Teaching language German or bilingually in German/French
- Location Biel/Bienne
- School School of Engineering and Computer Science