Medical and Health Technology (Masters)

This Master’s course combines the fields of medicine and engineering. It builds on Bachelor’s degrees in which students have already obtained technical, medical and economic knowledge/ skills. The students build their capacity to think and act in a technology-oriented and interdisciplinary manner, as well as to work scientifically. To ensure this, the students will acquire comprehensive knowledge of several fields, including medicine and society, rehabilitation, Smart-Home technology and information management. This program teaches scientifically sound, applied, practice-oriented knowledge and methods to solve demanding tasks within the fields of engineering, medicine and health. By means of various projects, the students will also improve their social skills, learning to communicate better and to work more successfully in teams. As a result, the graduates will be able to work in an executive or leading position within the planning and implementation of projects, as well as in the integration of medical and information-processing systems. They will be well-prepared for working in healthcare or research institutions or similar industries (or for being self-employed), since they are qualified to work at the intersection of engineering, informatics and applied healthcare.

degree Master of Science (M.Sc.)
type of programme full-time programme or part-time programme, consecutive
semester start winter semester and summer semester (if a preliminary semester is needed courses start in winter semester)
no. of semesters / ECTS-Credits 3 semesters / 90 ECTS or 6 semesters / 90 ECTS (part-time programme)
admission requirements
  • a relevant bachelor degree with at least 210 credit points (ECTS), preferably in the field of biomedical/medical engineering, medical informatics / informatics in health care, public utilities management, health sciences, health care management, or relevant. (Applicants who have achieved a degree with fewer than 210 ECTS points are able to take a preliminary semester to obtain the necessary 30 ECTS points)
  • required language skills for non-native speakers: german B1
  • letter of intent
admission restriction no restricted entry
tuition fees no tuition fees / semester fee
accreditationuntil 09/23

Contact

Incoming Students - Degree Seeking
Elke Kunze
room: PKB 230a
+49 375 536 1061
+49 375 536 1063
international.office[at]fh-zwickau.de

Coordination Office for Refugees
Katrin Meyer
room: PKB 511
+49 375 536 1065
+49 375 536 1063
Katrin.Meyer[at]fh-zwickau.de

International Office

Secretary
Katrin Jugelt
Paul-Kirchhoff-Bau (PKB), room 230
+49 375 536 1068
+49 375 536 1063
international.office[at]fh-zwickau.de

Postal address
Westsächsische Hochschule Zwickau
International Office
Kornmarkt 1
08056 Zwickau

Adress for visitors
Paul-Kirchhoff-Bau (PKB)
Dr.-Friedrichs Ring 2A
rooms 228/230/230a (above the canteen)