Using technology and innovation to improve healthcare.
Do you want to know all about new health technologies, such as using smartphone monitoring data to improve medical diagnostics, or developing computer simulation models that can help to minimize waiting times? Are you curious about the impact of such new technologies and how they can best be deployed? Would you like to be able to predict trends in healthcare, or to optimize care processes for the patient? If so, the Master’s programme in Health Sciences at the University of Twente (UT) may be the perfect choice for you.
This Master’s programme educates health scientists who are able to design solutions to the challenges presented by modern healthcare. You will learn how to convert the results of fundamental and applied clinical research into modern customized healthcare solutions. To this end you will be using new medical and information technologies including virtual reality, augmented reality, embodied monitoring, and pervasive and unobtrusive systems.
Our one-year Master’s in Health Sciences, it's taught entirely in English and starts each year in September. You can start the pre-Master's programme in September too. Read more about the Master's programme, career prospects, admission or the rankings of our university. We also offer a Bachelor's programme (BSc.) in Health Sciences.