School of Biomedical and Precision Engineering

Prospective Students

The new and innovative Master of Science in Precision Engineering is jointly offered by the University of Bern and Bern University of Applied Sciences and provides comprehensive knowledge in precision engineering, both in terms of scientific research skills and for professional qualification and application and is offered in two specializations. The MSc Precision Engineering accepts applications with a bachelor's degree in a range of scientific fields from a University or University of Applied Sciences.

Successful graduates receive a Master of Science degree from the University of Bern and Bern University of Applied Sciences that enables them to pursue further research within a Ph.D. program.

Due to the master's close connection to leading national and international research, graduates have access to a valuable network and excellent career prospects in both research and industry.

Here, you find an overview to apply for the MSc Precision Engineering!


You find an overview of the modules and structure of the course under schedule. A comprehensive list of modules is following soon.

Application and Admission
General information about the application and admission process.

Application Requirements
An overview of the academic qualification for admission to the MSc Precision Engineering.

Application Deadlines
The study program starts in the fall, please see the deadlines for Master - non-medical study programs.

Semester Dates
Find all semester dates up until 2024.

Tuition and Semester Fees
For the MSc Precision Engineering, the official regulations for enrollment, tuition, and exam fees apply. 

Students Lodgings
However, it does not include boarding and food, or any other expenses. While the University of Bern does not offer accommodation, it provides a list of independent accommodation options. 

Financial Matters
International students find a list of the estimated monthly living expenses for their own purpose here.

Studying in Bern, with an UNESCO World Heritage Old City and in the heart of Switzerland, brings you close to the industry and opens up network opportunities here and abroad. 

Different conditions apply to prospective students from EU/EFTA and Non-EU/EFTA countries. We recommend you to thoroughly inform yourself ahead of time and, if needed, allow a minimum of three months for the VISA process. 

Please find a selection of resources:

International Students

UniBE International

Information and recommendations for visa application