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About the course

When biology and engineering meet, incredible things happen. People regain their strength and independence, rediscover life, and challenge what we once believed was impossible.

Running continuously for more than 50 years, our MSc in Biomedical Engineering is one of the longest-established in the world. You’ll benefit from access to experts of international acclaim and teaching in advanced facilities, including our new £12m Innovation for Health Learning Laboratory.

What you will study

Our MSc in Biomedical Engineering will equip you with a breadth of expertise with a focus on solving real-world, biomedical problems.

The first semester incorporates modules covering core topics in engineering, biology and research practice. In the second semester, you will delve into specialist modules on human

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Entry Requirements

A minimum of a 2:2 UK honours degree in either engineering or science, or a recognised equivalent international qualification. We'll also consider relevant work experience if you don't meet these requirements.



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Miguel Hernandez Silveira

604.jpg The University of Surrey provides excellent academic support for PhD students as well as all the resources necessary to carry out a worthy research project. In addition, Surrey has offered me the opportunity of participate in sports and other activities that has led me to meet new people from different countries. Finally, I have found that Guildford is a special place to live, with a beautiful high street, outskirts and kind, friendly people.


Professor Julie Yeomans; Director of the Industrial Doctorate Centre in Micro and Nanomaterials and Technologies

"The Department of Mechanical Engineering Sciences has a wealth of opportunities for anyone thinking about postgraduate study. From aerostructures, Alzheimer’s disease and adhesion to vehicle dynamics, water pipes and wind engineering, our research tackles issues that make a real difference to people’s lives."


Alex Bates

"After seven years within marketing and sales, I decided to come back to education to study for an MSc in Biomedical Engineering at the University of Surrey. I’ve always been interested in human biology and how the body works, and was attracted to the wide range of topics the course covered – everything from motion analysis, to engineering principles of prosthetics, to cell culture.

My supervisors were great, always available to give a helping hand or point in the right direction when needed, taking an interest in what I was doing and providing me with prompt and informative feedback on my work. I also found the lectures really interesting and was able to understand the material even if I wasn’t an expert on it – this shows how good the course material was and how well it was delivered. Some of my favourite modules included Gait Analysis and Rehabilitation Engineering, and I loved the hands-on approach to learning, using a movement analysis lab and experimenting to test theory within practical sessions.

I received a lot of opportunity on my course to interact from those within industry. Visiting speakers helped expand my knowledge and there were also numerous trips to hospitals and private companies at the cutting edge of research. During my MSc I was able to organise a week-long work experience placement at the Queen Mary Hospital in Roehampton, within the Gait Analysis lab, observing patients undergoing testing.

I’m now a PhD student, investigating how the knee moves in those with hypermobility syndrome. I feel that Surrey’s MSc in Biomedical Engineering not only gave me a broad knowledge-base of the subject, but also an understanding of a career in academia."



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