Biomedical Engineering (BEng)

This course is offered only in German.

Course Outline

Flyer for the Biomedical Engineering programme

With above-average growth figures, Medical Engineering, which acts as a bridge between medical treatment and technical engineering sciences, offers interesting career prospects for engineers. The growing preparedness of the population to invest more in its own health, and thus remain fit and active well into old age, is opening up excellent future prospects for medical engineering companies.  

To prepare interested parties for a professional career in this growth area, Landshut University of Applied Sciences offers a Bachelor's degree in Biomedical Engineering. The course commences in the winter semester each year.

In particular, possible employers of graduates from this course include the manufacturers and suppliers of medical products, hospitals, research institutions and business consultancies. Biomedical engineers are also employed in research, development, production, marketing, sales, service, quality assurance and consulting.

The Bachelor's degree programme in Biomedical Engineering conveys both fundamental biomedical and electrical engineering skills as well as subject-specific medical engineering knowledge. It offers an interdisciplinary and practical education that qualifies its graduates for autonomous and varied professional activity as engineers.

Subject Advisor

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Stefanie Remmele

Head of Research Cluster “Medical Engineering”

Subject Areas

Medical Imaging
Biomedical engineering and signal processing
Minimal-invasive Therapy
Functional Umaging
Biomedical Engineering Project
Principles of Electrical Engineering
Mathematics for Engineers


ROOM:  C0 35
PHONE:  +49 (0)871 - 506 386
E-MAIL: stefanie.remmele(at)