Programme structure

Factsheet Biomedical Engineering

Programme overview

Program start and application deadline
Program start
1 September 2018
Admission deadline
1 July 2018 (EU) 1 May 2018 (non-EU)
Admission requirements
Academic degree
Bachelor’s degree in Advanced Technology, Applied Physics, Biology & Medical Laboratory Research, Biomedical Engineering, Biomedical Technology, Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Electrical Engineering, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Engineering Physics, Industrial Design, Mechanical Engineering, Mechatronics, Technical Medicine, University College Twente (ATLAS)
Knowledge Minimum
CGPA of at least 75% of the maximum score
Personal Motivation
Clear motivation of goals. High level of motivation and commitment.
Tuition fees
2017 / 2018
full-time, institutional
€ 14.000
full-time, non-EU/EER tarif
€ 14.000
full-time, statutory tarif
€ 2.006
Tuition fees
2018 / 2019
full-time, institutional
€ 14.250
full-time, non-EU/EER tarif
€ 14.250
full-time, statutory tarif
€ 2.060
  • High student satisfaction
    The education programme is well appreciated by our current student.
  • Participating in technical medical research
    During your education you will be participating in the top technical medical research programmes of the University of Twente.
  • Focus on health and technology
    At the University of Twente ‘health’ is a major theme. We work on current issues in healthcare daily and across various disciplines. The main objective is always to contribute to the improvement of healthcare. By inspiring education, international and practically oriented research, an entrepreneurial attitude and collaboration the University of Twente effectively contributes to changes in healthcare.
  • Research, design and development
    You will not only be trained in conducting research, but you will also learn to actually design new healthcare solutions.
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