Medical Faculty MannheimBiomedical Engineering – Master

Biomedical Engineering is a broad subject area, incorporating a combination of mathematics, physics, engineering, biology and medicine to answer health-science-related questions, for diagnostics, and for therapeutics.

Facts & Formalities

DegreeMaster of Science
Type of programmeConsecutive
Start of programmeWinter semester only
Standard period of study4 semesters
Language(s) of instructionEnglish
Fees and contributions171.75 € / Semester
Application procedureConsecutive master’s programmes with admission restriction, Biomedical Engineering
Application deadlinesInformation about deadlines can be obtained after you have put together a degree program.
Can be completed entirely in EnglishYes
International degree programYes

Course Content

The objective of the degree programme is to provide students with the skills and knowledge needed to conduct independent work and/or research in the field of biomedical engineering, particularly in areas related to computer science and medical physics. Following completion of the degree programme, graduates will:

  • possess basic knowledge of anatomy, physiology, and genetics
  • have acquired basic knowledge of biophysics and engineering mathematics (numerically-oriented), including programming
  • have learned how to apply computational concepts to the life sciences, in relation to image analysis, scientific visualisation, inverse problems, and simulation systems
  • possess detailed knowledge of radiotherapy, nuclear medicine, and medical imaging, and will have learned methods for mediating the gap between technologists and physicians
  • have completed a scientific (life-sciences-related) project
  • have successfully resolved technical issues related to Biomedical Engineering
  • have acquired expertise in the critical assessment of technical systems in medicine

Course Structure

Topics to be studied include:

  • Anatomy, Physiology, Genetics
  • Biophysics
  • Medical Imaging
  • Computational Medical physics
  • Nuclear Medicine
  • Radiotherapy