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Biomedical Engineering

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Wil je meer weten over de opleiding Biomedical Engineering, neem dan contact op:

  • Academic Advisor (For questions regarding the programme)
  • sciencemasters@rug.nl (For international students who are interested in a Campus Tour or have other practical questions)
    Email: sciencemasters@rug.nl

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Masterweek
  • 19 november 2018 - 23 november 2018
  • Broerstraat 5

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Campus Tour
  • Gedurende het hele jaar.
  • Nijenborgh 9, gebouw V

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Masterweek
  • 19 november 2018 - 23 november 2018
  • Broerstraat 5

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EvenementOmschrijving
Campus Tour
  • Gedurende het hele jaar.
  • Nijenborgh 9, gebouw V

Meer informatie

Brochure over de opleiding Biomedical Engineering
Brochure over de opleiding Biomedical Engineering
  • Opleidingsvideo

    No more dry eyes and painful joints

    – Opleidingsvideo
  • Testimonial van Maike Hubner

    Impressed by the idea of using natural, cheap, lightweight and locally produced materials

    Can there be anything more useful and rewarding than applying our knowledge from science and engineering to help other humans recover from disease and injury? I love Biomedical Engineering because it combines my passion for crafts and engineering with my interest for medicine and the human body. I graduated from my Bachelor's degree in Germany, but decided to move to Groningen because of the English-taught Master's degree programme BME with a specialization in prosthetic and implants.

    This programme includes a 10-week internship. Thanks to YouTube, I accidentally stumbled upon an Indian start-up company, which produces cost-effective lower-limb prosthetics from cane. I was so impressed by the idea of using natural, cheap, lightweight and locally produced materials to help amputees that I applied for an internship there. For almost three months, I lived in Bangalore and worked on a 3D scanning project to facilitate and speed up the production of the sockets for prosthetic legs. Living the Indian culture and getting to know so many individual stories made it a once-in-a lifetime experience!

    Sluiten
    – Maike Hubner
  • Testimonial van Brian Ren

    Studying Biomedical Engineering at the University of Groningen

    – Brian Ren
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