For an overview of the academic year, see the Yearcalendar-MIx-2022-2023.
Please check the registration procedure for the enrollment deadlines. First year Medical Imaging students will be automatically registered for mandatory courses in September upon entering the Master’s programme. For all other mandatory or elective courses you will need to register via Osiris Student as described.
Other UU and TU/e partnership students can register for this course via Osiris Student.
Students from outside the UU or TU/E partnership can register for this course by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your name, student number, Master’s programme and the course code.
Bachelor Course in Medical Imaging
|P3 week 6 – 16||Medische Beeldvormende Technieken||7.5||Bachelor course|
Master Courses in Medical Imaging
|P1 week 36 – 45||Medical Image Formation||Radiation Physics|
|Programming for Medical Imaging|
|P1 + P2 week 36 – week 5||Image Processing|
|P2 week 46 – 5||AI for Medical Imaging||Ultrasound in (Bio)medical Engineering|
|Advanced MR Physics 1: physics & sequence design||Radioisotopes and Ionizing Radiation|
|Diffusion MRI||Electromagnetic Fields in MRI|
|P3 week 6 – 16||Advanced MR Physics 2: methods & techniques||Capita Selecta Image Analysis Eindhoven|
|P4 week 17 – 27||Light Microscopy for Biological Samples|
|P1, P2, and P3||Team Challenge|
Please register for a course via the link on each course description page (approximately two months (UU) or one month (TU/e) before the start of the course). Note that you have to attend at least one course (≥5 EC) offered by the TU/e.
Optional courses from other faculties
The courses listed here are suggestions and, of course, not the only courses suitable for filling your free space. You can discuss your study programme with the programme coordinator. All proposals need to be approved by the Medical Imaging programme committee.
Up-to-date information on courses below can be found on the education site of the Faculty of Computer Science.