University of Technology
Biomedical engineering
Technological sciences
Master's Programme
Mode of studies: 
full-time programme
3 semesters - 1,5 year
Tuition fee: 
First semester - 9500 PLN, each consecutive semester - 8500 PLN
Degree awarded: 
magister inżynier
Scholarships available: 
After passing the first semester of studies
Application deadline: 
Saturday, 30 November, 2024
Day of semester start: 
Monday, 3 March, 2025
Credits (ECTS): 
Admission requirements: 

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Master studies in Biomedical Engineering last three semesters, starting
in February each year. The first semester concentrates on common subjects
related to biomechanical modeling and simulation, orthopedic and rehabilitation
engineering, pathobiomechanics, testing of biomaterials and tissues, and
modern technologies in medicine and biomedical engineering (bionics and virtual
engineering, telemedicine, virtual reality). In the second semester, students
expand their knowledge in biomaterials (biopolymers and biocomposites,
surface engineering), medical image processing, and operating room and
medical office equipment. Students choose one of three specializations: Medical
and Rehabilitation Devices, Engineering of Implants and Prostheses or Bionics
and Virtual Engineering. The specialization subjects are realized in the second
and third semesters. The students also can select elective courses within their
specializations. The last semester focuses on laser applications in medicine and
specialization subjects. The students prepare their master thesis in the area of
their specializations and study elective courses in humanistic or social sciences,
physical education, and foreign language.
Biomedical Engineering is an interdisciplinary field of study. A graduate
receives the title Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering. He/she is prepared
to work with doctors, physical therapists, and other medical professionals to
apply advanced technologies in the medical environment and design prostheses,
implants, and medical devices. A graduate can be employed both in research
and industry.