Study Bio & Biomedical Engineering in Austria

Study Bio & Biomedical Engineering in Austria

Studying Bio & Biomedical Engineering

Bio and biomedical engineering is an interdisciplinary specialisation that serves as a bridge between engineering, biology and medicine. Biomedical engineering studies ways to improve the diagnostics, therapy, care, rehabilitation and life quality by researching and developing therapeutic devices, equipment, implants, medical imaging devices as well as pharmaceuticals.

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Studying in Austria

Austria is a German-speaking country in central Europe with a long tradition and great influence in Europe's history and development. Austria has joined the European Union in 1995 and has adopted the Euro currency in 1999. It is one of the countries with the highest living standards in the world, having ranked 19th in 2011 for its Human Development Index.

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5 Bio & Biomedical Engineering Master's degrees in Austria

M.Sc. Biomimetics in Energy Systems

At the beginning of the 21 century our industrial society is confronted with major challenges in regard to energy and environment. Using new insights from the developing cross-sectional discipline Biomimetics, we can utilize strategies and procedures which have been successfully developed by nature over four billion years of evolution.

Civil Engineering and Architecture
M.Sc. Biomedical Engineering Sciences

The Biomedical Engineering Sciences master’s degree program offers an interdisciplinary education that combines medical requirements and technical solutions at the very highest level. The degree program, which is conducted in English, focuses on two areas: Biomedical Informatics and Medical Engineering.

Life Science Technologies
Master Medical Engineering (MME)

The Master’s degree programme Medical Engineering is an extension and a deepening of the Bachelor’s degree programme Medical Engineering. It enables its students to acquire profound knowledge of Medical Engineering that is primarily focused on medical device and rehabilitation technology and oriented towards the practical needs of the profession. Students focus on 3 out of 4 areas of choice (electronics, biomechanics, medical device software, materials technology).

School of Applied Health and Social Sciences