What you'll study in Biomedical Engineering MSc at Queen Mary, University of London.
Biomedical engineering is a rapidly developing field that relies on interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary approach to research and development. Specialists in this area face problems that differ significantly from the more traditional branches of engineering. Biomedical engineers use methods and techniques developed in more traditional engineering fields and adapt them to the particular specifications of the biomedical applications.
By the end of this programme, you’ll have the skills to develop new computational and technology products for use in the biomedical industries. You’ll also acquire extensive knowledge of computational fluid mechanics, with a focus on biomedical applications such as biomechanics, bio-fluids and tissue engineering.
Your research project forms a major part of your degree. It provides you with an excellent opportunity to take part in the internationally leading research that takes place within the School of Engineering and Materials Science (SEMS). You’ll join one of our research teams and work on a biomedical engineering related project, supervised by a member of academic staff.
Our excellent laboratory facilities will enable you to conduct cutting-edge research, enabling you to publish your findings at scientific conferences and in peer reviewed journals.
You’ll leave this MSc as a very well-qualified graduate, with opportunities for employment both in many leading industries as well as in research.
Our Industrial Liaison Forum gives you a chance to network with our industrial partners and build your professional contacts.
Graduates from SEMS postgraduate programmes have gone onto a diverse range of job roles including:
- Engineering Professionals – Civil, Design, Electrical, Mechanical
- Medical Scientist
- Medical Regulation
SEMS graduates have skills that are sought after by a wide range of industries, employers include:
- Implant Design
- Medical Regulation
- Jaguar Land Rover
These examples are from students that graduated from SEMS postgraduate taught courses between 2014-2017.