What will I learn?

The master’s program in Biomedical Computing combines computer science with aspects of biology and medicine. It is an interdisciplinary program involving both the TUM Department of Informatics and the TUM School of Medicine.

Computer-assisted medical imaging technology plays a crucial role in modern clinical environments, as medical diagnosis and treatment are increasingly supported by imaging procedures. Consequently, there is a growing demand for specialists in this field, situated at the intersection of computer science and medicine. The dynamic field of biomedical computing, thus, combines computer science with aspects of biology and medicine. A master's in Biomedical Computing qualifies graduates for a range of exciting careers in research institutes or industry, in both theoretical and application-oriented fields.

A master's in Biomedical Computing qualifies graduates for a range of exciting careers in research institutes or industry, in both theoretical and application-oriented fields.

Which department am I in?

Department of Informatics

Study options

Full Time (4 semesters)

Tuition fees
129,40 EURO per semester (Includes Basic student union fee: 62 Euros per semester; Basic semester ticket fee: 67.40 Euros per semester)
Start date

14 October 2019

Venue

Garching research campus

Boltzmannstrabe 15,

GARCHING,

Bavaria,

85748, Germany

Entry requirements

For students from United States

Other English Language Requirements: TOEFL Paper based Test (PbT) : 605.

For international students

Minimum requirements to apply for a Master's program at TUM are a recognized undergraduate degree (e.g. a bachelor’s) and the successful completion of the aptitude assessment procedure.

Only a minimum overall band score of 6.5 in the IELTS Academic will be accepted.

Internet based Test (IbT): 88

Paper based test (PbT): 66

CAE (Cambridge Advanced English), Grades A, B, C

CPE (Cambridge Proficiency English), Grades A, B, C

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