Biofabrication, Master of Science (M.Sc.)
Biofabrication is an emerging technology in the field of medical engineering. In particular, additive production processes (such as 3D printing) are expected to make important contributions to technological progress in the near term – and so is biofabrication. The internationally oriented master’s programme Biofabrication is interdisciplinary in nature, representing an engineering curriculum at the intersection of technology, chemistry, materials science, biology, and medicine. We offer you the opportunity to work in a research area at the cutting edge of medical innovation. Students profit from our conveniently located key labs, including those at Bayreuth’s Centre for Materials Science & Engineering (ZMW, TAO) and at the new Bavarian Polymer Institute.
- Faculty of Engineering Science
- Final degree
- Master of Science (M.Sc.)
- Start of studies
- Winter or summer semester
- Standard period of study
- 4 semesters
- Language of instruction
- Admission requirements
Language proficiency: English level B2, German level A1
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