ECTS points
180
Education type
Bachelor program
Program with selection
Duration
Three years
Language
Dutch
Degree
Bachelor of Science

Unravelling the biological processes in the organs, tissues, cells and molecules of the human body is crucial to modern medicine. It is instrumental in knowing how to treat diseases and how to detect those diseases at an earlier stage, and even how to prevent diseases from occurring.

Understanding the human body

Extensive knowledge of the research area of biomedical sciences will help you understand the processes in the human body. Because technology is essential in the medical world, you will also get a solid foundation in technical courses like mathematics and physics. Combined they give you the tools to develop new treatment methods. By knowing how to apply the techniques you can solve problems in a way an engineer can, by translating complex problems into a realistic setting.

Major Medical Sciences and Technology

The Medical Sciences and Technology major is formally part of the bachelor’s program Biomedical Engineering. After finishing this major you will receive the diploma of the Biomedical Engineering bachelor’s program.

Study in figures

  • 4,2

    Student satisfaction

  • 260

    Number of first-year students

  • 18-24

    Contact hours in first year

  • 71%

    Advancement to second year

  • 64%

    Degree obtained within 4 years

  • 99%

    Follow-up education

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