Development of an international cross-border study course "Medical Microtechnology (Master of Science)"

To develop a study programme in only three years, to accredit it, to accept students and to evaluate the first results of the study programme? This has been achieved by the Technical University of Applied Sciences, the University of Lübeck and the University of Southern Denmark (Sønderborg). The idea was to use existing study modules of the participating universities and newly combine them for the master's course "Medical Microtechnology".

In Lübeck, the medical technology competence center TANDEM is the sponsor of the new joint study programme. In Sønderborg, the Mads Clausen Institute offers corresponding seminars.

With the support of clinics and medical device manufacturers from Northern Germany and Southern Denmark, the newly developed study programme is training qualified young professionals and develops synergies for medical technology.

The project was funded by the EU programme Interreg Deutschland-Danmark.

The three universities worked together for 36 months with a total

budget of around 1.2 million euros.

DSN supported the application and was responsible for the project and

financial management as well as for public relations and project


Fact Sheet

  • Client
  • Technische Hochschule Lübeck
  • Tasks DSN
  • Project and financial management, project communication
  • Year
  • 2020 bis 2023
  • Funding programme
  • Interreg Deutschland-Danmark
  • Project budget
  • 1,2 Mio Euro
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Fenja Gengelazky
Fenja Reinisch-Gengelazky

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