TableOfContent

This table of content refers to the printed booklet.

In the website each chapter is a single webpage.

The content of most of the appendices is available in the UT webspace.

The chapter Appendices provides the links.

Specific information about curricula of Bachelor and Master program are in the websites:

for the Bachelor www.tnw.utwente.nl/BMT

for the Master www.tnw.utwente.nl/BME

The schedules are due to change and not in te printed version of the Studyguide

Please find the actual versions in the BOZ (bureau onderwijszaken) webpages:

http://www.tnw.utwente.nl/organisatie/boz/onderwijszaken/roosters/

Coursedescriptions on the web are in: www.utwente.nl/vist

1 General study information 13

1.1 Course information and contents (VIST) 13

1.2 Overview of lecture hours 13

1.3 Study locations 13

1.4 Educational announcements 14

1.5 TeleTOP 14

1.6 Access to the Internet, UT-web applications and e-Mail 14

1.7 Teaching methods during contact hours 15

1.8 Study method during self-study 15

1.9 Study Material 16

1.10 Change of personal contact information 16

1.11 Found and lost objects 16

1.12 Central Student Administration (CSA, part of DiSC) – Blue desk 16

1.13 Telephone, E-Mail and Network on Campus 16

2 Examination and other UT Policies 19

2.1 Rights and dutees – Student’s charter and OER 19

2.2 Types of examination 19

2.3 Absence 19

2.4 Examination 19

2.5 Registration, withdrawal and schedules for exams (TAST) 20

2.6 Notification and availability of examination marks (TOST) 20

2.7 Right for perusal and evaluation of taken exams 21

2.8 Procedures during exam sessions 21

2.9 Procedures regarding assignments and papers 21

2.10 Extra en special possibilities for examination 21

2.11 Board of Examiners 22

3 Health and safety 23

3.1 Health 23

3.2 Safety 23

4 Regulations at the university 25

4.1 Dutch grants (Studiefinanciering, tempobeurs en prestatiebeurs) 25

4.2 Top-class sports 25

4.3 Study with a handicap 25

4.4 Individual regulations for student activism 25

4.5 Substantial financial regulations 26

5 Study facilities 27

5.1 Computer facilities 27

5.2 Lockers 27

5.3 Student card and chip card 27

5.4 Copy and print 27

5.5 Books, lecture notes and other study materials 28

5.6 University library 28

5.7 Canteen/Edu-café 28

5.8 Notebook Service Centre 29

6 Academic and Personal Support 31

6.1 Study adviser 31

6.2 Student support at UT level 31

6.3 Information desk for student counsellors 32

6.4 Office of Student Psychologists 32

6.5 Health care 32

6.6 Committee for (financial) graduation support (CvA) 32

6.7 Infotheek Bastille for practical information 33

6.8 Student Union 33

7 Infrastructure around the program 35

7.1 Faculty TNW 35

7.2 Committees and Boards concerning the study program 35

7.3 University Council 35

7.4 Faculty Council 36

7.5 Program Committee (OLC) 36

7.6 The BM Department 36

7.7 Committee for Program Quality (OKC) 36

7.8 Student influence on study programs 37

8 Organisation of the bme program office 39

8.1 Program Director 39

8.2 Program Coordinator 39

8.3 Study adviser 39

8.4 Internship coordinator 40

8.5 Secretary 40

8.6 Educational Affairs Office (BOOZ-TNW) 40

8.7 Scientific staff 41

8.8 Institute for Biomedical Technology (BMTI) 41

8.9 Student association Paradoks 41

8.10 Communication Office of the faculty 42

8.11 Research groups 42

8.11.1 Biochip group (TNW, HFT) 43

8.11.2 Biocompatibility (TNW, MCTE) 43

8.11.3 Biomechanical engineering (CTW, HFT) 44

8.11.4 Biomedical chemistry (TNW, MCTE) 44

8.11.5 Biomedical signals & systems (EWI/EEMCS, HFT) 45

8.11.6 Biophysical engineering (TNW, MCTE & HFT) 46

8.11.7 BIOS, Lab-on-a-chip group (EWI/MESA+, Track?) 47

8.11.8 Engineering fluids dynamics (CTW, HFT) 47

8.11.9 Health care technology (EWI, HFT) 48

8.11.10 Low Temperature Physics - Biomagnetism (TNW, MCTE & HFT) 48

8.11.11 Membrane technology (TNW, MCTE) 49

8.11.12 Molecular cell biology (TNW, MCTE) 50

8.11.13 Physics of fluids (TNW, HFT) 50

8.11.14 Polymer chemistry and biomaterials (TNW, MCTE) 51

8.11.15 Signals & systems (EWI, HFT) 51

9 Bachelor 53

9.1 Algemeen 54

9.1.1 Omvang en studielast van de opleiding 54

9.1.2 Jaarindeling 55

9.1.3 De roosters 55

9.1.4 Bachelorcurriculum 55

9.1.5 Laptopcomputer 59

9.1.6 Bachelorspecialisaties 59

9.1.7 Diploma-uitreikingen 60

9.1.8 Minor 60

9.1.9 Bacheloropdracht 60

9.2 Tentamens & Examens 61

9.2.1 Algemeen 61

9.2.2 Vrijstellingen 61

9.3 Begeleiding 62

9.3.1 Het mentoraat 62

9.4 Regelingen vanuit universiteit 62

9.4.1 Garantiebeurzen 62

9.4.2 De flexibele propedeuse 62

10 Master 65

10.1 (Prior to) Study start 65

10.2 General study information 66

10.2.1 Time scope and work load of the program 66

10.2.2 Schedule of the academic year 66

10.2.3 Course schedules 66

10.2.4 Master’s curriculum 67

10.2.5 Presentation of the diploma 67

10.2.6 English courses 67

11 Entry requirements – Admission & Enrolment 69

11.1 General BME-admission 69

11.1.1 BME-Admission of Academic side-continuates 69

11.1.2 BME-Admission of Students from Higher Professional Education (HBO students) 69

11.1.3 (Re-)Enrolment for the Master’s program 70

11.1.4 Tuition fees 70

12 Structure of the Master’s program 73

12.1 Master’s tracks 73

12.2 Master’s curriculum 74

12.3 Procedure of composition of set of courses 74

12.4 Compulsory courses 75

12.5 Homologation program 76

12.6 Strongly recommended master courses 77

12.7 List of categorised BME courses 81

12.8 Course overview per quarter 85

13 Internship 89

13.1 Organisation of the internship 89

13.2 Checklist for procedures regarding the BME-internship 90

14 Structure of the Master’s assignment 93

14.1 Objectives and requirements 93

14.2 Choice and start of the Master’s assignment 93

14.2.1 Progress and coaching 95

14.2.2 Completion of assignment 95

14.2.3 Sign out at CSA and IBG and stop grants 97

14.2.4 Credit points during Master’s assignment 98

14.2.5 Checklist for procedures regarding the Master’s assignment 98

15 Appendices 101

Appendix 1 – Map of the univeristy campus 103

Appendix 1.1 Map of Horst building (ground floor) 104

Appendix 2 – Vakbeschrijvingen Bachelor Opleiding 105

Appendix 2.1 Vakbeschrijvingen B1 105

Appendix 2.2 Vakbeschrijvingen B2 113

Appendix 2.3 Vakbeschrijvingen B3 119

Appendix 3 – Course descriptions Master Program 127

Appendix 3.1 Legend per course description 127

Appendix 3.2 Course descriptions 128

Appendix 4 – List of BME staff 165

Appendix 5 – List of Abbreviations 169

Appendix 6 – Translated terms (Dutch – English) 171

Appendix 7 – Links to websites 175

Appendix 8 – Organisation chart of TNW faculty 179

Appendix 9 – Official forms for the program 181