Winter School in Medical EngineeringKey Areas: Prosthetics, Materials and Medical Simulations

6 - 10 February 2023add-on course 13 - 15 February 2023

Target Audience

    Students at the end of their bachelor’s/undergraduate studies (eg. 5 semester) are invited to join us for either 1 week or 1,5 weeks and receive up to 3,5 ECTS (2 ECTS for 1st week and 1,5 ECTS for add-on course). In addition to lectures and workshops, our programme will include site visits and one optional day for a cultural trip.

    Admission requirements for students are:

    • Studies in Medical Engineering
    • Biomedical Engineering
    • Technical Studies with focus on medicine (Mechatronics, Medical Electronics,...)
    • Students preferred at the end of thir undergraduate/bachelor studies (5th semester)
    • English requirement for students: min. B1

    Application

    Application -  deadline is December 12, 2022
    If you wish to take part in the Winter School 2023, please contact us in time in order to receive the individual application link: international@fh-linz.at

    Costs

    Euro 190,-- (first week) and  Euro 130,--(add-on course) per person – will cover lectures, workshops and lab work, including the cultural activities, lunches (except Saturday, Sunday), welcome and farewell dinner and the public transport pass for the city of Linz. Scholarship from FH Upper Austria for the add-on course available upon request.

    Travel costs, costs for lodging and meals (apart of the ones which are included in this programme) are to be covered by the participants individually.

    Accommodation

    Currently, the cheapest and most convenient ways of staying in Linz are through Airbnb and in the Youth Hostel of Linz.
    If you wish to stay in a hotel, the nearest ones are the AMEDIA Hotel and the Montage Hotel. Please book your stay individually.

    COVID-19 related information

    The Winter School is planned as a face-to-face event, as the programme is not suitable for online presentation. The situation in Austria is continuously being closely monitored and seems under control at the moment. We are well aware that the global situation is in general very unpredictable, therefore we will keep all interested students well informed about further developments and in case that any short-term changes may occur. Up to a maximum of 12 students will be admitted to the course and the event will be held in compliance with all safety and hygiene standards. 
     

    Videos

    Curious about our past Winter Schools? Have a look at the short videos from the participants from previous years HERE