Master Program

Thank you for your interest in our International Master's Program in Biomedical Engineering!

Facts & Figures

  • Degree: Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering
  • Up to 40 places (half German/half International students)
  • Joint program offered by the Universität zu Lübeck and Lübeck University of Applied Sciences
  • Duration: four semesters, 120 credit points
  • Courses begin in September/October
  • Language of instruction and examination: English
  • No tuition fees required
  • Project and laboratory oriented work
  • Variety of courses available for individual specialization

Job Perspectives

Graduates have a wide range of job opportunities in various branches in the field of medical technology: industry, research institutions, hospitals, or Notified Bodies like TÜV. In the industry these opportunities include research and development, sales, regulatory affairs and inspection services. In addition, the Master's Program focuses strongly on research and provides opportunities to pursue PhD programs at universities both in Germany and abroad.


Program Accreditation

In 2003/04 the Master Program of Biomedical Engineering successfully passed the accreditation proceedings with the accreditation agency ASIIN, Düsseldorf.

The ASIIN agency has been recognized and accredited by the German Accreditation Council (deutscher Akkreditierungsrat). 

On March 26, 2004 the accreditation certificate was issued. The issued accreditations are recognized internationally.

The reaccreditation took place in 2009/2010 and was pronounced on October 1st 2010.

In addition to the accreditation, the program successfully applied for the EUR-ACE® Label. The EUR-ACE® Label is a European Quality Label for engineering degree programmes of the first and second cycle. It is awarded by the European Network for the Accreditation of Engineering Education (ENAEE) to engineering degree programs which have been demonstrated to meet the requirements laid out in the EUR-ACE® Framework Standards.

In 2018 the Program was successully reaccredited by ACQUIN.