Medical Technology/Biomedical EngineeringDownload as PDF Add to favorites
The course is divided into 3.5 years of study and is modular. During the first year, the scientific and technical basics as well as the basics of computer science are taught. The second year is about technical and scientific applications. There are also subjects such as law, business administration and project management on the plan. In the third year, course-specific applications (e.g. imaging procedures in medicine) are covered. The degree course is concluded with a dissertation.
Medical technology is a growth industry. There are excellent employment and career opportunities in the Hamburg region, throughout Germany and worldwide. Typical focus areas for graduates in medical technology are, for example, marketing, product management, sales, development and service, application of medical devices, equipment management and maintenance planning, medical advice (patient safety), quality assurance and training, hospital planning and set-up as well as clinical research.
- General higher education entrance qualification, advanced technical college certificate, master tradesperson, business administrator or vocational training and three years of subsequent work experience.
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Who offers this course?
Type of study
Qualification on completion
Bachelor of Science
A practical phase of six months is integrated into the course. Students can specialise in different electives (including biomechanics). There is a postgraduate master’s programme.
The course requires a pre-practical phase of 13 weeks. This is not an admission requirement, but it must be undertaken within a certain period