Biomedical Engineering

Engineering, physics, mathematics and computer science are all continuing to transform medicine, from the design of ground-breaking artificial organs to the development of stem cell research and keyhole surgery.

A relatively new engineering discipline, biomedical engineering degrees combine the study of mathematics, biology and medicine to discover the techniques in which engineering can be used to solve medical problems. If you’re interested in exploring the combination of engineering and medicine to design and create innovative healthcare equipment to change people’s lives, this course could suit you.

Boston University

USA

Highly Selective

Georgia Institute of Technology

USA

Highly Selective

King's College London

UK

Selective

University of Minnesota, Twin Cities

USA

Selective

University of Pittsburgh

USA

Selective

Study Options

Australia, New Zealand

Open Admission, Less Selective, Somewhat Selective, Selective, Highly Selective

University of Toronto

Canada

Highly Selective, Selective

University of Southern California (USC)

USA

Highly Selective

University of Wisconsin-Madison

USA

Selective

Cardiff University

UK

Selective

Imperial College London

UK

Highly Selective

University of Leeds

UK

Selective

New York University

USA, UAE, China

Highly Selective

University of Reading

UK, Malaysia

Not given by institution

University of Surrey

UK

Somewhat Selective

Trinity College Dublin

Ireland

Highly Selective

Wake Forest University

USA

Highly Selective

University of Dundee

UK - Scotland

Selective

Johns Hopkins University

USA

Highly Selective

Michigan State University

USA

Somewhat Selective

Northeastern University

USA

Highly Selective

Rutgers University

USA

Selective

Swansea University

UK

Somewhat Selective

UBC - University of British Columbia

Canada

Selective

University of Warwick

UK

Not Given

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