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Erasmus Mundus: International Master of Science in Biomedical EngineeringReturn to overview
|Department||Faculty of Engineering and Architecture|
|Consortium||Aachen University (Germany); Trinity College Dublin (Ireland); Ghent University (Belgium); Free University of Brussels (Belgium); University of Groningen (the Netherlands); Czech Technical University in Prague (Czech Rep|
|Coordinating university||University of Groningen (the Netherlands)|
|Period||full academic year||Duration||4 semesters|
|Degree||Erasmus Mundus: International Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering|
|Admission||The admission is granted to applicants who meet the following selection criteria: a Bachelor in Engineering or equivalent. Applicants in the final year of their Bachelorís study may also apply. Certificate is to be delivered to the coordinating institute in Groningen. Degree certificates, originating from other than the consortium universities, will be judged by the consortium secretariat that use lists of universities with a sufficient level of quality. To ensure quality of the programme the enrolment is limited to 20 students per consortium university. The consortium reserves at least 15 places for third-country students.|
|Tuitionfee||EU-students: 4 000 EUR (annually); non-EU students: 8 000 EUR (annually).|