The Internationally Oriented Studies programme at FH Aachen, Jülich Campus, specialises in teaching students technical abilities and skills as well as soft skills. All modules emphasise that
An emphasis is placed on learning the practical manual skills in our modern laboratories, thus building a good basis for your later professional needs. In higher semesters students work in small groups in professionally-oriented projects where they must plan the project, work together to meet a common goal, and finally present their results in a written report and oral presentation.
The Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering is a modern, flexible programme with an emphasis on teaching professional competence and a methodical approach. Through intensive research in individual areas of expertise, FH Aachen is able to offer students a programme at the cutting edge of science and engineering.
During the first four semesters students gain the tools to become engineers as they learn the mathematical and scientific basics of Biomedical Engineering. In the fourth semester the focus begins on biosystems technology, cardiotechnolgy and medical physics.
In the fifth semester students select a field of specialisation from several areas of specialisation: biophysics, biomechanics, biosensor technolgy, cardiotechnology, medical physics, and medical processing technology.
The first half of the sixth semester is devoted to a practical subject. The Bachelor thesis is the completion of your studies. Graduates may find employment or continue their studies in a Master's degree programme.
Degree Programme: Biomedical Engineering (IOS)
Degree: Bachelor of Engineering
Access to Further Studies: related Master's degree programmes
Standard Period of Study: 6 semesters (180 credits)
Admission: every winter semester
Application: directly at FH Aachen - University of Applied Sciences
Study Location: Jülich
Language of Instruction: The language of instruction in the IOS Bachelor's degree programmes is German starting in the first semester. Some tutorials may be taught in other languages, including, but not necessarily limited to, English.
The task of the engineers in the Bachelor of
Biomedical Engineering programme is to transfer knowledge from
science and research into economically viable technical concepts.
Successfully completing this programme opens doors to promising
careers in the following areas:
Due to interdisciplinary training, graduates in biomedical engineering
will always be in demand where physics, chemistry,
biology and engineering meet. Career opportunities typically lie
in the fields of
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