Biomedical Engineering (with Year Abroad) -
Engineering and Manufacturing Technologies
What will you be working towards?
Learn the skills to enter this exciting industry from experienced engineers and NHS clinicians in specialised facilities.
Biomedical Engineering deals with the development of medical devices � in particular, those related to tissue engineering and regenerative medicine which can be used to replace or regenerate cells, tissues and organs.
You'll be taught by experienced engineering professionals and by NHS clinicians and clinical engineers from local hospitals. Through a combination of virtual learning systems and traditional teaching, you'll develop the techniques to solve complex problems.
You'll also learn practical dissection skills in the lab to gain a complete understanding of human anatomy and the medical engineering issues which may arise for surgeons.
Broaden your horizons, learn new skills and develop valuable international contacts with a year studying at a university abroad.
Find out more: https://www.hull.ac.uk/study/ug/biomedical-engineering.aspx
112 Tariff Points
Your next steps...
Medical device designer
Our courses give you the skills to succeed in an industry worth more than �300 billion (Kalorama, 'The Global Market for Medical Devices', 2017). Medical engineers often work in hospitals, research facilities and regulatory agencies.
Major medical device companies, such as Smith & Nephew and Johnson & Johnson, employ graduates to design and deliver projects. Many of our students receive offers of employment even before they graduate.