An interfaculty

Master programme Medical Photonics

MSc Medical Photonics

is offered at Jena University from winter term 2016/2017 on.

The course conveys broad basis of knowledge in biomedicine as well as in natural sciences and mathematics and a deep insight in the fields of microscopy, spectroscopy, diagnostics, and clinical applications of photonics. 

The Master of Science in Medical Photonics prepares students for a science-based and research-oriented occupation in the field of medical optics and photonics and enables them join university graduate schools.

Key facts MSc Medical Photonics:

Application requirements: First degree in chemistry, physics, Biology, Biochemistry, Medicine (Human) or equivalent, above-average GPA

Program duration: two years (full-time study)

Tuition fees: none

Languages of instruction: English

Application deadline: May 31

Detailed information:


For subject related questions (responsible for the master programme):

Dr. Holger Babovsky
Course Coordinator
Tel: +49-3641-9-33623

For general questions (application/enrolment process, framework conditions):

Master Service Centre
Tel: +49-3641-9-31126