Medical Engineering (B.Sc.)

New technological developments are giving increasing importance to cooperation between doctors and engineers. Medical progress also calls for innovative solutions and improved procedures in diagnostics and therapy in the field of medical technology. Medical technology companies, hospitals and research institutes increasingly need specialists with both engineering and medical backgrounds.

The bachelor's degree programme "Medical Engineering" provides an interdisciplinary education based on technical and scientific study contents and supplemented by medical knowledge about physiological processes in the human body. Students learn to develop and use electrotechnical devices, including software, in order to optimize the diagnosis and therapy of diseases. Another goal is to get to know and master the approval procedures for the application of medical devices to humans. This enables graduates to carry out and design all development steps of medical devices.

The programme is offered in German only. For further information please click here.

At a glance

Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)

Standard period of study
7 semesters (210 ECTS)

Beginning of the course
summer or winter semester

general higher education entrance qualification, entrance qualification for universities of applied sciences or special access for professionally qualified persons

Admission restriction (N.C.)

Place of study
Main Campus Trier

Tuition fee
none, but semester fee (including semester ticket)

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Contact & advice

central adress:
Tel: +49 651 8103 300

Are you looking for accommodation? Use the following links:
Finding a Room in Trier - Guide to finding accomodation.pdf

Dormitorys of the Studierendenwerk Trier

course director:

Prof. Dr. Klaus Peter Koch

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