Biomedical Engineers are leading the way in tackling modern healthcare challenges. From the development of rapid testing technologies to designing new life-saving devices. At the interface of engineering and medicine, Biomedical Engineers advances knowledge in engineering, biology and medicine, improving lives through cross-disciplinary activities.
Biomedical engineering provides all the necessary technical knowledge, expertise and transferable skills to succeed in one of the fastest growing engineering disciplines.
Biomedical engineering is a rapidly developing field that relies on interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary approach to research and development. Specialists in this area face problems that differ significantly from the more traditional branches of engineering. Biomedical engineers use methods and techniques developed in more traditional engineering fields and adapt them to the particular specifications of the biomedical applications.
At the end of this programme, you’ll have the skills to develop new computational and technology products for use in the biomedical industries. You’ll also acquire extensive knowledge of computational fluid mechanics, with a focus on biomedical applications such as biomechanics, bio-materials, bio-fluids and tissue engineering.