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Biomedical Engineering Pathways for International Students

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Electrical & Electronic Engineering and Biomedical Engineering Foundation Foundation Degree

City, University of London United Kingdom

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Pre-master Biomedical Engineering Pre-Masters

University of Twente Netherlands

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Study a Biomedical Engineering Pathways or Foundation Programme in 2024

Biomedical engineering is a field that combines medicine and biology with engineering for healthcare purposes. As a biomedical engineer, you will use your technological skills to help improve people's lives. This could mean developing groundbreaking medical devices, health diagnostic systems, or working with prosthetics. In a world with an ageing and growing population, the knowledge and skills of a biomedical engineer are becoming increasingly desirable, in a fight against diseases and incidents that shorten or decrease the quality of lives.

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