Biomedical Engineering at University of West London - UCAS

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Course summary

If you want to contribute towards transforming medicine and social care then our MSc Biomedical Engineering degree is for you. As well as playing a key role in our efforts to live healthier, longer, and happier lives, technology improves diagnostics, treatments and management of many health problems. This course will give you an opportunity to develop advanced specialist knowledge in these areas combined with essential research skills. Why study Biomedical Engineering?

  • one of the fastest growing engineering disciplines
  • graduate with a comprehensive and focused body of knowledge
  • benefit from expert tuition and top-of-the-range facilities
  • tailor-make your studies with an array of optional modules
  • develop contacts with major technology companies and healtcare start-ups.
  • Employment-focused degree
With an ageing population, ongoing care needs, management of chronic diseases, and an ever-increasing desire to constantly monitor health and activity, nutritional and other behavioural adjustments, there is a vast range of employment areas open to Biomedical Engineering graduates. Biomedical engineering is one of the fastest-growing engineering disciplines, and this Masters course will be a fundamental stepping stone into this amazing industry. There are numerous aspects of this branch of engineering because it overlaps significantly with other disciplines, such as Electrical & Electronic Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Software Engineering and, in particular, Information Technology. Through a range of specialist modules, our MSc course delivers intensive training in the fundamentals of Biomedical Engineering and will supply you with the technical skills required to excel in this rapidly growing industry. What will I learn? By using standard and innovative technology, alongside enhanced teaching and assessment methods, you will build a comprehensive body of knowledge covering areas including:
  • basic understanding of biosignals and their processing, typical and range of values
  • a range of Healthcare technologies for diagnostics, treatments, lifestyle management and digital health
  • understanding of the statistical concepts and limits of various technologies used in medicine
  • regulatory, ethical and governance issues around Healthcare Technology.

Entry requirements

You should have an honours degree (at least 2:2) in electrical/electronic engineering, biomedical engineering, or in a computing subject. Applicants with other qualifications will be considered, provided they can demonstrate significant, relevant work experience and the ability to benefit fully from the course. The key considerations for admissions in these cases will be focused on length of service in specified and relevant roles to the course, cogent motivations in line with a career plan and demonstration of transferable skills applicable to this course.

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Biomedical Engineering at University of West London - UCAS