Students wishing to study at a foreign university may make use of one of the many exchange agreements which have been established with European and non-European universities. Under the terms of these agreements students do not pay tuition fees to the foreign university. Grants are also available to help finance the added cost of residence abroad.
Dutch students are encouraged to go abroad for their second year traineeship. Typically, the professor/supervisor can assist in arranging such a traineeship. Students may, with prior approval of the professor in charge of their specialisation, select master courses at other (foreign) universities as part of their study programme.
The 3mE Faculty within which the BioMedical Engineering programme is based has established extensive relationships with partner universities for exchange programmes. More information on exchange programmes and partner universities can be found at the website of the International Office.
Exchange programmes with Japan
The MSc Programme in BioMedical Engineering also participates in exchange programmes with Japan.
- Exchange programmes with Japan
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