Germany is a world leader in Biomedical Engineering, medical device manufacturing, and drug development. Be it the first X-ray tube invention by Wilhelm Roentgen or the bacteriology studies of Robert Koch involving Cholera and Tuberculosis, the success of German biotech sector is amplified by its successful biotech companies like Bayer and Merck.
Here is the list of top 7 universities that offer Master in Biomedical Engineering in Germany.
1. RWTH AACHEN
The University holds the ARWU world ranking of 201-300. It is placed in Aachen, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany and is known for offering Masters in Biomedical Engineering with a total of 5913 Academic staff and 3351 administrative staffs. .The RWTH Aachen University has a total of 44517 students inside the campus that spreads to 620 acres. .It offers various courses in masters that most of the Indian students look for going abroad. The courses are Faculty of mathematics, Computer science, Natural science, Mechanical engineering, Information technology, Electrical Engineering and Faculty of Medicine in all these streams the college holds a good ranking. The Faculty of Medicine offers a Masters in Biomedical Engineering. The courses are offered in the English language. The crucial step to study in this University is to have an initial university degree that speaks for your background education and Required qualification according to the program and you must have a piece of good knowledge in the English language. It is currently open to admissions for higher education. There are several International collaborative research projects in the university namely the AMS Experiment, the CMS experiment and many more.
2. Hochschule Furtwangen University (HFU)
The Villingen-Schwenningen campus of the Hochschule Furtwangen University Was established in 1988. The university is located on the site of the former Kienzle watch factory. It has Mechanical and medical engineering and HFU business school present as the faculties with 62 country and 1365 world ranking with its effective teaching.
The TOEFL test is among the popular option for students to meet the English language requirements for this university. All you need to get admission in the university then you have to qualify two language test namely TOEFL and IELTS. For admission in the biomedical engineering, you need to have a basic knowledge of cell and molecular biology and other related topics to the program. You must have the learning about the fundamentals of the theoretical subject and practical knowledge of the laboratory work required for the program with an annual feed if 1500 euros per year.
3. Friedrich–Alexander University Erlangen–Nürnberg
Friedrich–Alexander University Erlangen–Nürnberg Is a public research university in the cities of Erlangen established in the year 1742 with an administrative staff of about 2290 and academic staff number to about 4040 and student intake is about 39868 with an urban campus. Friedrich is the second largest state university in the state of Bavaria. the university has 5 faculties, 23 departments and schools, 30 clinical departments for practical studies, 19 autonomous departments and 13,000 employees. The university holds the ARWU world rank of 151-200. Leiden world rank of 160 and QS world rank of 287. The university has a lot of researchers going on some of them are Namely:-
The New Materials and Processes
The Optics and Optical Technologies
The Molecular Life Science and Medicine
The Health Technology
The Electronics, Information and Communication and
The Cohesion transformation Innovation in Law and Economics.
4. Universitat Heidelberg
Heidelberg is the oldest university not only in Germany but also one of the world’s oldest surviving universities. It was the third university established in the Holy Roman Empire with 7392 administrative staffs and a student intake of 30873 with 11871 postgraduates at the present. The university ranks 1 in ARWU in Germany and 5 in the continental region. The US. NEWS and world report rank it at the 9th position among continental Europe.
5. Hamburg University of Applied Science
Hamburg University is the third largest University of Applied Sciences in Germany, with a student intake of 17,100. The research under the biomedical stream of the university includes:
Biomedical Systems/Networks in Diagnostics
Evaluation Research in Social, Health & Education Sectors
6. Lübeck University of Applied Sciences
Luebeck university is a world-class university that has a number of programs offered that involves Biomedical engineering with a number of international collaboration for better exposure and research to the students. THL collaborates and has exchange programs for the university. Currently, the university offers seventy and more exchange programs for students in many universities. Comparing all the exchange programs THL is considered extraordinary.
7. FH Aachen
FH Aachen has a rough intake of 11,300 students, 220 professors, 300 contract lecturers, and 340 assistants in the college located at the Julich. The Department of International Affairs provides International connection services for international students, researchers and academic staff, the service is available for students of FH Aachen University of Applied Sciences who would like to spend a period abroad.