Caption: MSc Biomedical Engineers at the Albert Memorial - October 2017
Caption: MSc Human and Biological Robotics students at the Albert Memorial - October 2017
Caption: PhD student working in a bioengineering lab
Caption: Students and staff discussing IP and medical device design
Caption: MSc Biomedical Engineers by the Institute of Biomedical Engineering - 5th October 2015
Caption: Student projects from Cybathlon 2016
Bioengineering is the fastest growing engineering discipline with prospects for employment in industry and research. The Department currently offers two MSc programmes.
View our programmes in the online College prospectus:
MSc Human and Biological Robotics
MSc Human and Biological Robotics is new for 2016, and builds upon the strength of the College-wide Robotics Forum. The course has a unique focus on engineering methods to investigate human and animal sensing and sensorimotor control, and the design of biomimetic systems and assistive devices for humans.
Our courses will provide you with technical knowledge, expertise and transferable skills in this exciting area. As befits a new area, many of our applicants come from other, traditional engineering and physical science backgrounds such as Mechanical Engineering, Electrical and Electronic Engineering and Physics.
MEET OUR ADMISSIONS TUTOR
The admissions tutor reserves Wednesday afternoons for meeting potential applicants and offer holders. If you are able to get to South Kensington then a Departmental tour can be included in your visit. If you are not able to get to South Kensington then a Skype/Facetime meeting can be arranged.
To make the arrangements for a meeting or for further information, please contact the Admissions Tutor:
Admissions Tutor: Dr Lorna Stevenson
T: +44 (0)20 7594 5146