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About Queen Mary University of London Postgraduate Biomedical Engineering
Biomedical engineering is a growing, interdisciplinary subject that applies the theories, principles and problem-solving methods of engineering to the fields of medicine and life sciences.
Students of biomedical engineering may go on to be researchers in the field, whether academically or industrially, or developers and managers of biomedical technology applications. Students may focus their studies, and subsequent career, in areas such as imaging technology, tissue and cell engineering, implant technology and more. Career paths are available in public and private healthcare, as well as medical research.
There are over 50 postgraduate courses in biomedical engineering to explore at universities in the UK, including taught master’s and research degrees.