Please include a resume of one to two pages without any gaps with the application
This should cover applicant's entire career and education up until this point and contain the following points: education from elementary school until now, employment, stays abroad, volunteer work, awards, honors, etc.
Additional documents required
Copy of transcript of records
If applicants already have a degree: copy of university completion certificate
Copy of language certificate
Letter of Motivation (about one page): Please answer the following questions in detail: What perceptions do you have when thinking of studies in Germany? Why do you want to study at RWTH Aachen? Why do you want to study this specific subject? Please mention your past academic or university experiences. Where did you receive informatio about RWTH Aachen and your desired subject? What career prospects do you hope to obtain by studying at RWTH Aachen?
Proof of professional experience through work and training certificates, if required
Infrastructure / Teaching Facilities
Why Join RWTH Aachen University?
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45,377 Students in the winter semester of 2017/2018
6,798 Students in the first core semester for a Bachelor's degree
3,219 Students in the first core semester for a Master's degree or Master's Teacher Training
157 Courses of study – of which 16 are private courses of study
9,651 International students from 131 countries
About M.Sc. Biomedical Engineering
M.Sc. Biomedical Engineering programme is an interdisciplinary course of study involving interaction between the natural sciences, medicine, and engineering
Students will be trained in transferring engineering principles and techniques to medicine and will learn to find practical solutions in this field
Course content includes topics in Natural Sciences (e.g. Chemistry/ Biochemistry, Medical Biology), Engineering (e.g. Control Engineering, Fluid Mechanics), Medicine (e.g. Anatomy, Physiology), Image Processing and Handling, Image guided Therapy/Molecular Imaging, Artificial Organs I, Artificial Organs II, Cell Culture and Tissue Engineering, Systems Biology etc