The Biomedical Engineering group is responsible for the Medicine & Technology program jointly offered by the Technical University of Denmark and the University of Copenhagen.
It is a multi-disciplinary course program combining courses in basic medical science at the Faculty of Health Science at the University of Copenhagen with courses in applied sciences, classical engineering and core courses in biomedical engineering at the Technical University of Denmark.
The objective of the program is to, at an international level, educate the students to participate in biomedical research and product development in universities, hospitals and the industry.
We accept 60 students into the program each year. Students are accepted on the basis of average grades from qualifying exams.
BSc and MSc
The program is divided into a 3-year Bachelor program and a 2-year Master program.
Most courses are taught in Danish in the Bachelor program; in the Master program, the majority of courses are taught in English.
The Medicine and Technology program is based on course work followed by exam projects. Courses range from 5-20 ECTS points. The average work load corresponds to 30 ECTS-points per semester.
Applicants with other exams than Scandinavian high school exams must document proficiency in the Danish language.
International students not proficient in Danish may enrol at the University of Copenhagen or the Technical University of Denmark within their standard international programs and subsequently enrol in courses taught in English.
Courses taught in English at the Technical University of Denmark are listed in the course handbook.
Read more about the Medicine and Technology program.
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