Courses are held in English. Knowledge of German is optional, but additional elective classes are offered in German. Participants can choose to write the Master's thesis in either language.
German courses specially designed for international Master's and PhD students are available at the university’s House of Languages. The full German course programme is available at: www.uni-tuebingen.de/en/1056.
Non-EU applicants: 15 July for the following winter semester, 15 January for the following summer semester
EU applicants: 15 September for the following the winter semester, 15 March for the following summer semester
Approx. 1,500 EUR per semester for students from non-EU countries
Medical informatics is the interdisciplinary science of the systematic exploitation, management, storage, processing, and provision of data, information, and knowledge in medicine and healthcare. Apart from the basic principles, concepts, and methods of computer science, the Master's degree course in medical informatics teaches principles, concepts, and methods of human medicine and natural sciences. Graduates will be trained to work closely with healthcare professionals to develop, apply, and manage computational tools that address a wide range of medical questions.
Students can complete the entire course of study in English by appropriately selecting English-taught modules from the various areas of study.