University of Liverpool

The Biomedical Engineering (Healthcare Pathway) MSc is a programme for intercalating medical students and Life Science related, non-engineering graduates. The MSc provides students with a sound knowledge of the principles of the key sub-disciplines within biomedical engineering and develops skills vital to the role of engineering in Healthcare.Biomedical engineers are vital to Healthcare.The scope of Biomedical Engineering in Healthcare encompasses many aspects and careers in:-Developing Medical devices for diagnosis, treatment & rehabilitation-Measurement, modelling, monitoring and simulation of human physiology and anatomy-Tissue engineering and biomaterials-Inventing & developing products for wellness & independent living.-Biomedical engineering components are found in a vast and ever increasing range of products; from -Artificial organs, Biomaterials & regenerative engineering, Computer simulation for surgery and -Image-guided robot surgery, to products for Independent living, Medical imaging, Neurotechnology, -Orthopaedic implants, Tissue engineering and much moreAlthough most teaching is through traditional lectures and practical classes, active learning methodologies are being introduced to many postgraduate modules to enhance the learning experience.Assessment will take place through written examinations and continuous learning exercises. Many of the modules require students to develop skills in independent learning.Nick Turner – Biomedical Engineering MSc: “Studying an accredited course, such as Biomedical Engineering MSc (Eng) at the University of Liverpool, places you in a very strong professional standing upon completion. For me, the course was a direct link to industry and allowed me step into the profession I aspired to be in.”

Entry Requirements

You will usually need a 2:1 or equivalent. This should be in Engineering or Science with appropriate knowledge of core engineering science topics at bachelor degree level.A levels in Maths or Physics are also desirable.Applications from international students are welcome. International qualifications will be evaluated in line with the National Recognition Information Centre (NARIC) guidelines.All applicants must have reached a minimum required standard of English language and are required to provide evidence of this. Qualifications accepted by the University can be found on our International webpages. Please see www.liverpool.ac.uk/international for English language requirements specific to your country.

Closing Date

There are no strict application deadlines but applicants are encouraged to apply in good time, particularly if they require visas or have special requirements.