Biomedicine is the study of diseases at the molecular and cellular levels, bridging the gap between the fields of medicine and science. Biomedics can collaborate with physicians to help develop new diagnostics methods and disease treatments.
The programme is based on the latest biological knowledge and research.
To be admitted to the Master programme in Biomedicine, you must hold a relevant Bachelor's degree.
The Biomedicine programme at the University of Southern Denmark is characterised by a large number of electives. This allows you to specialise by taking elective courses in Denmark or abroad or by conducting a research project in close cooperation with a business.
As a biomedic, you have job openings in both the public healthcare system and private businesses. This could be in relation to research and development projects in biotech industry, at hospitals or at universities and other research institutions.