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The MSc Biomedical Engineering programme at Queen Mary University of London is designed for students with a strong engineering background who are interested in applying their skills to solve biological and medical problems. This interdisciplinary programme focuses on experimental and computational areas, allowing students to develop advanced knowledge in computational modelling, numerical techniques, and engineering approaches to biological issues. The programme offers a wide range of module options, including biomechanics, bio-fluids, and tissue engineering. With access to excellent laboratory facilities, students have the opportunity to conduct cutting-edge research and publish their work. The programme also provides valuable career progression opportunities within the biomedical industries. Entry requirements include a relevant engineering degree and an IELTS score of 6.5.

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This MSc programme allows students to gain an in-depth understanding of engineering approaches to biological problems.

Learn to use methods and techniques developed in traditional engineering fields, and adapt them to biomedical applications.

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Entry Requirements

A good 2:2 or above at undergraduate level in Engineering or a related discipline.

IELTS 6.5 overall including 6.0 in Writing, and 5.5 in Reading, Listening and Speaking.

If you're an international student you'll need to get ATAS (Academic Technology Approval Scheme) approval.

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Where is Queen Mary University of London

Student Profiles

Metzli Hernandez Marchena

"As a student on this course, you’ll experience good quality academics, facilities and use of technology, in a place that makes you feel like you belong."
Metzli Hernandez Marchena, MSc Biomedical Engineering, 2023

Andy Kempchinsky

Graduated in 2020

"My dissertation supervisor was interested in my ideas and dedicated to fostering an inclusive lab... Even after I had finished my degree, he supported my professional growth."

Andy Kempchinsky, Research Technician at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Centre
Biomedical Engineering MSc, 2020


Queen Mary University of London is delighted to introduce a new Global Talent Scholarship worth £3,000 for highly qualified postgraduate taught offer holders joining us in September 2024. The scholarship is available to all international students with an offer for an eligible programme, regardless of nationality, who meet the criteria.

The Global Talent Scholarships will be awarded automatically to self-funded international students with a UK first class honours degree (or equivalent) – there is no application or registration process. The scholarship will be deducted from a recipient’s tuition fees when they enrol at Queen Mary.

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You must:
> Achieve a UK 1st Class Honours or equivalent in your undergraduate degree.
> Hold an offer for an eligible postgraduate taught programme for September 2024 intake.
> Have international fee status.

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The Scholarship is open to applications from all home students who hold an offer for an eligible postgraduate taught programme* for September 2024 and meet the following criteria:

A home fee student who had previously been eligible for funding via the Students Loan Company
Have achieved, or is predicted to achieve a high 2:1 or above at undergraduate level
Not previously completed a postgraduate programme
Priority will be given to students who also fulfil the following criteria:

Eligible for the full maintenance grant/loan i.e. have a household income level of £42,875 or below in the final year of their undergraduate study as assessed by Student Finance England or equivalent. You will need to supply evidence to demonstrate this by uploading your Student Finance Entitlement letter
Reside in a Home (not university accommodation) in ACORN group L, M, O, P or Q
For current Queen Mary final-year undergraduate students only: in receipt of the Queen Mary Bursary
Can effectively demonstrate how you intend to use the scholarship to overcome any barriers or contribute to the wider Queen Mary community.

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Queen Mary University of London is delighted to introduce a new Masters Scholarship worth £4,000 for highly qualified postgraduate taught offer holders joining us in September 2024.

The scholarships are intended to support students who wish to enhance their skills and knowledge by undertaking a taught postgraduate masters programme of study at Queen Mary University of London.

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