The University of Sheffield, UK is inviting applications for MSc Bioengineering course starting in September 2021.
The MSc provides students with all of the necessary technical knowledge, expertise and transferable skills to succeed in one of the fastest growing engineering disciplines. Bioengineering is a multidisciplinary field that combines biology and engineering, and which allows students to apply engineering principles and materials to medicine and healthcare.
This unique course combines biomaterials, imaging and in silico medicine. It gives students the medical background, specialist knowledge, and theoretical and practical skills they’ll need to integrate biology and medicine with engineering and ultimately solve problems related to living systems.
Students will also have the chance to explore the medical devices field and product design, together with their regulatory aspects. They will develop experimental skills in the university’s world-class laboratories. There are also opportunities to develop advanced skills in modelling. These skills are useful for simulating the complexities of the human body and for more traditional engineering contexts.
Students will be taught by world-leading scientists. The Department works closely with specialist research centres at the University of Sheffield, including Insigneo and POLARIS, along with research groups focusing on advances in biomaterials, bioengineering and health technologies. This means students will be positioned at the forefront of biomedical innovation and become part of a community of professionals in the field while you study.
Duration: 1 year full-time
Eligibility: Holders of a three year/ 4 bachelor degree with a minimum of 60% or "first class" from a reputable university in an engineering subject (mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, control engineering, general engineering, chemical engineering) or pure sciences (maths, physics).Overall IELTS score of 6.5 with a minimum of 6.0 in each component, or equivalent.
Fee: Overseas (2021 annual fee) is £24, 950
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