Wish to follow the Master's in Biomedical Engineering? You might need to follow a pre-master's first.
After you have sent in your application for the Master's in Biomedical Engineering, a committee will check your eligibility. An outcome of this assessment may be that you first have to complete a pre-master's before being admitted. Depending on your previous education, only one or two specialisations are possible to start after a pre-master's.
The Pre-Master's for Biomedical Engineering is taught mainly in Dutch and partly in English. The costs of the Pre-Master's depends on the amount of EC of your programme. You pay a fee per EC, and, depending on your previous education, the Pre-Master's programme for Biomedical Engineering varies to a maximum of 60 EC. Each academic year, the amount per EC will be reassessed. Visit the tuition page for the current fees.
Do you want to get insights into the Pre-Master's? The programme you need to take depends on your previous or current education, as well as the specialisation you will follow. What kind of education do or did you follow?
The Pre-Master's is designed not only to address any deficiencies in your prior knowledge, but it is also an effective way to find out whether studying at a research university is right for you. Therefore, the following rules apply:
- You have to complete the Pre-Master’s successfully within one academic year.
- There is a maximum of two exams per course.
If you have any questions about the (Pre-)Master's in Biomedical Engineering, contact the study adviser!