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University of Bradford Clinical Technology BSc (Hons)

Develop the skills you need for a career as a clinical technologist, capable of applying your knowledge to assist in the diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of patients. You will learn: *to design and manufacture medical equipment *tissue engineering and wound repair for making artificial organs *application, repair and maintenance of medical devices *to carry out physiological measurements, such as ECG, EMG, BMI, spirometry and skin analysis You will specialise in three areas – renal technology (dialysis), rehabilitation engineering (prosthetics /

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City, University of London Biomedical and Healthcare Engineering BEng (Hons)

This biomedical and healthcare engineering degree prepares you for a career working in healthcare, with possible destinations including hospitals, research facilities, educational institutions, or regulatory government agencies. As a trained biomedical and healthcare engineer, you directly apply the principles of science, engineering, and medicine to the operation of complex medical technologies. The expertise you develop at City will be used in the prognosis, diagnosis, monitoring and treatment of sick and injured people. This interdisciplinary course begins with a general engineering

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University of Surrey Biomedical Engineering BEng (Hons) or MEng

Our BEng and MEng Biomedical Engineering courses are taught by leading academics, drawing on more than 50 years’ experience of training biomedical engineers. You’ll have the opportunity to take a Professional Training placement at organisations like GE Healthcare, DePuy Synthes, 3M, Abbott, Renishaw and the NHS. Our BEng and MEng courses are accredited by the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) and the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE). What you will study With a strong focus on clinical applications, our

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University of Strathclyde BEng Hons Biomedical Engineering

evelop new medical technologies and techniques which transform and improve the lives of patients. Why Biomedical Engineering at Strathclyde? Ranked Number 2 in the UK for Medical Technology and Bioengineering (Complete University Guide 2022). The BEng (Hons) Biomedical Engineering degree is accredited by the Institute of Physics and Engineering in Medicine (IPEM), the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) and the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), on behalf of the Engineering Council, for the purposes of fully meeting the academic

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Queen Mary University of London BEng (Hons) Biomedical Engineering

Biomedical engineering brings technological innovation to medicine and healthcare, integrating engineering with the human body. From improving understanding how our bodies function and the biomaterials from which we are made, to the design and development of artificial medical implants – hip joints, heart valves and prosthetic limbs – biomedical engineers find creative ways to save and improve the quality of people’s lives. You’ll build a strong foundation in fundamental engineering concepts such as fluid mechanics, design, materials and mathematical modelling,

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King’s College London, University of London Biomedical Engineering BEng

Our Biomedical Engineering BEng course has been designed to train the next generation of biomedical engineers working in healthcare research and development. Upon completion you will go on to specialise in medical engineering, medical physics or apply for further study in Medicine. Key benefits You’ll gain an excellent foundation in maths, physics, programming and biology which opens doors to many careers including clinical engineering, healthcare research or further study in medicine. You’ll be taught by world-class academics and clinical researchers

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University of Kent Biomedical Engineering – BEng (Hons)

vur Biomedical Engineering degree is designed for students with an equally strong interest in engineering and biology/medicine. Studying at Kent gives you hands-on experience in developing medical-electronic systems whilst learning alongside researchers with expertise in biological sciences. Through a combination of deep links into industry and our state-of-the-art facilities, Kent is the ideal place to prepare you for a successful career in biomedical engineering. Why study Biomedical Engineering at Kent: Our course is accredited by the Institution of Engineering and

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University of Bradford Biomedical Engineering MEng (Hons)

Apply professional engineering knowledge to understand, modify and control biological systems on this 4-year MEng Biomedical Engineering integrated Master’s degree. You’ll study disciplines such as: Rehabilitation engineering – prosthetic / orthotic devices Biomaterials and implant design Tissue engineering and wound repair for artificial organs Genomic coding and genetic engineering Medical technology – design and manufacturing All teaching is informed by the latest research, and is delivered by experienced medical engineers and clinical scientists. You’ll also gain professional insight from leading

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University of Bolton BEng (Hons) Biomedical Engineering

The ever-expanding field of biomedical engineering combines scientific and engineering principles to create and improve medical technology. As a BEng (Hons) Biomedical Engineering undergraduate, you’ll have the opportunity to join the next generation of engineers and contribute to the advancement of this important industry. If you’re skilled in science and want to make a difference in the healthcare industry, studying our BEng (Hons) Biomedical Engineering degree could help you fulfil your goals and reach your full potential. Incorporating elements of

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Birmingham City University Biomedical Engineering – BENG (HONS)

Are you interested in engineering that interacts with the human body? A fast-emerging sector in the UK, and globally, this 3-year BEng (Hons) Biomedical Engineering course will provide you with the skills needed to enter the rapidly expanding manufacturing and health care sector. As well as learning technical skills, you will also develop a range of transferable skills, including effective communication, leadership and business management. You will benefit from facilities and learning spaces at our £71 million City South Campus

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