YOUR CAREER PATH: INTERDISCIPLINARY WITH YOUR MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY STUDIES.
Do you have a desire to acquire interdisciplinary expertise in the fields of Engineering, Medicine and Computer Science in order to contribute to the progressive development of medical technology devices and thus to the health of the population? Then the Bachelor's degree programme in Medical Technology at the IU International University of Applied Sciences (IU) is just right for you.
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Choose how you want to study Medical Technology at IU
You can complete your Bachelor's degree in Medical Technology at IU by distance learning. Here you can find out how your studies at IU work and what your advantages are in the distance learning study model.
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Why you should study Medical Technology
Studying Medical Technology has many advantages. After graduation, you enjoy more freedom of choice because you are qualified for more positions. These positions are usually better paid and more interesting. The degree programme itself is also an enrichment for you. The degree programme challenges you to think outside the box and equips you with both broad basic knowledge and sound specialised knowledge about the development, production, function and approval of biomedical systems and software.
At IU you can study Medical Technology the way you like it. Your studies, your schedule, your rules - this makes learning fun for life.
Your IU studies in Medical Technology
In your Medical Technology degree programme, you first learn what Technology in the HealthCare sector is all about. In particular, you will deal with the technical side of Medicine. You will also study Medicine for Non-Medical Professionals as well as Anatomy and Physiology. You learn how to program with Python, how sensors work and much more.
For your specialisation, you can choose from a variety of modules, such as "Technical Product Development" or "Product and Project Management", in which you will learn about technical product development, product management or product realisation. In addition, you can take "Big Data and Artificial Intelligence", "Product Approval in Medical Technology" and "Business Model Development and Company Foundation“.
A look into the future: what you'll do after graduation
Your Bachelor's degree in Medical Technology at IU opens up many opportunities and creates excellent career prospects. Due to a steady increase in health care expenditure and an ageing population, the demand for technical progress in the field of Medical Technology is very high. And it will continue to grow in the future. Later in your professional life, you can advance your career through your know-how in technical as well as medical-biological matters and take on a mediating bridging function in your position.
The most important questions about studying Medical Technology
For your Medical Technology studies at IU, the numerus clausus (NC) from the Abitur or Fachabitur is irrelevant. You can be admitted directly to our distance learning programme. Your strengths will also be in the foreground during the individual counselling interview with your study advisor.
You can currently complete your Bachelor's degree in Medical Technology at the Virtual Campus. This means that you can study anywhere in Germany.
Yes, this is also possible at the IU. In addition to the entrance qualification in the form of an Abitur or Fachabitur, interested students without an Abitur also have the opportunity to enter our Bachelor's programme. You can study Medical Technology without an Abitur if you have completed an advanced training programme, have a master craftsman's certificate or have completed at least two years of vocational training and have at least three years of related work experience.
The Medical Technology Bachelor's programme lasts for 36, 48 or 72 months, depending on which time model you choose. If you need more time and semesters for your studies, this is absolutely no problem.
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