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  MSc Engineering for Biomedicine

Imperial College London    Bioengineering

Full time October MSc 1 year full time
Engineering (12)

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Are you passionate about using engineering to revolutionize healthcare? Look no further than our MSc Engineering for Biomedicine programme. This cutting-edge course combines engineering, biology, and medicine to tackle global health challenges. You'll develop technical skills and understanding in biomedical engineering, preparing you to analyze and solve bioengineering problems. With a focus on lectures, practical work, and a research project, you'll deepen your knowledge in areas like biomedical imaging, statistical analysis, and medical device certification. Optional modules allow you to specialize in regenerative medicine, disease diagnosis, orthopaedics, or synthetic biology. Join us at our South Kensington Campus and be part of the future of healthcare innovation.

About the course

Bioengineers are leading the way in tackling modern healthcare challenges. From the development of rapid testing technologies to designing new life-saving devices.

Bioengineering lives at the interface of engineering and medicine. It advances knowledge in engineering, biology and medicine, improving lives through cross-disciplinary activities.

This new course has been developed for a world where working together to solve global health problems is more important than ever. This course allows outstanding clinical and life sciences graduates to develop their technical skills and understanding of biomedical engineering. It enables them to apply these skills and knowledge to the development of life-saving technologies.

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Entry Requirements

Our minimum entry requirement is a 2.1 degree (or equivalent) in a clinical or life science degree.

Applicants awarded an unclassified clinical degree (e.g MBBS, MBChB and MChD/BChD) are expected to show good academic standing (typically within the top 50% of their medical school cohort). Where a graded intercalated degree has been undertaken at least a 2.1 should have been achieved.

An ‘A’ grade in A-level maths is desirable.

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