Student working on an ankle rehabilitation device in the clinical biomechanics lab
The intercalated BSc in Biomedical Engineering provides students with the opportunity to increase their knowledge of engineering-based technologies applied within the clinical environment. Students will study aspects of biomechanics, biomaterials, computational methods in medicine, tissue engineering and regenerative medicine, medical imaging and rehabilitation technologies.
The course is academically rigorous and students will take a minimum of four level 6 taught courses during the academic year. In addition, students will undertake an extensive research project worth four units, alongside leading research teams in biomedical engineering and materials. The research project accounts for 50% of the final mark and its highly likely the work will contribute to pilot studies and lead to a full journal publication.
Applications from students who have not passed A level maths or physics will not normally be considered.
For more information, contact the Programme Director:
Dr. Tina Chowdhury