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Learn how to solve problems in biomedical engineering through this cross-disciplinary course
Bioengineering is at the interface of engineering and medicine, advancing knowledge in engineering, biology and medicine, and improving human health through cross-disciplinary activities.
This course allows outstanding clinical and life sciences graduates to develop their technical skills and understanding of biomedical engineering.
This course will prepare you to analyse and solve problems in bioengineering using an integrated, multidisciplinary approach. During the course, you will develop your knowledge through interaction with students on other programmes in the Department.
Your first two terms focus on lectures and practical work, followed by full-time work on a research
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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.
We also accept a wide variety of international qualifications.
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