Study Bio & Biomedical Engineering in Germany

Study Bio & Biomedical Engineering in Germany

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 Germany

Universities in Germany are famous for excellent education, not only in engineering. German degrees are recognized all around the world and have a strong international focus. Various scholarships and special support for international students are available.

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14 Bio & Biomedical Engineering Master's degrees in Germany

M.Sc. Europhotonics

The Europhotonics master course at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) offers excellent teaching at top-level universities and individual study mobility throughout Europe.

Karlsruhe School of Optics & Photonics (KSOP)
M.Sc. Biomedical Engineering

This programme offers an interdisciplinary course of studies in life science. Students in the field of Biomedical Engineering will gain knowledge in engineering as well as in medical and natural sciences. Graduates will also have the necessary qualifications to pursue a doctoral degree.

PUBLIC English-taught International Programmes at RWTH Aachen University
M.Sc. Computational Life Science

The MSc in Computational Life Science covers computational, theoretical and mathematical approaches in the life sciences. Graduates of the program are prepared for a career in biotechnology, biomedicine and research.

M.Sc. Biomedical Engineering (BME)

Biomedical engineering is a multidisciplinary field in which the principles of engineering are applied to solving problems in biology and medicine. Quantitative, analytical, and integrative methods are applied from the molecular level to the entire organism.

Department of Medical Technology and Technomathematics
M.Sc. Molecular Bioengineering

The MS in Molecular Bioengineering course aims to teach students the fundamentals in biomedicine and bio-nanotechnology combining biology and technology.It brings a novel combination of biology, biochemistry, biophysics, materials science, medical science, bioinformatics and nanotechnology together.

Faculty of Natural Sciences
M.Sc. Biomedical Engineering

The Master's Program of Biomedical Engineering in Luebeck is designed for students who wish to pursue careers in research and development, academia, or industry. The goal of the program is to educate students in the interdisciplinary fields of engineering and medicine.

International Masters Programs
M.Sc. Bionics/Biomimetics

The natural world as a source of engineering inspiration – that’s the core idea behind the fields bionics, a combination of the terms “biology” and “technics”, which means engineering in this context. In English, the approach of combining biology and engineering is often called biomimetics. The basic principle of biomimetics is learning from nature. The idea on bionics/biomimetics is to understand the principles and systems behind nature’s constructions and to transfer them to technical systems and devices.

Technology and Bionics
M.Eng. Biomedical Engineering

The Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg and the Anhalt University of Applied Sciences offer a joint Biomedical Engineering Program for international students. This unique cooperation offers an excellent opportunity to combine practical and research oriented work education.

Naturwissenschaftliche Fakultät I - Biowissenschaften
M.Sc. Biomedical Computing

The Master's in Biomedical Computing is taught in English over four semesters and is an interdisciplinary program involving the Department of Informatics and the TUM Medical School. The program bridges the gap between computer science and medicine, focusing on software and imaging-related solutions for computer-aided medical procedures.

Faculty of Informatics