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Mashael Al Saud

Biomedical Engineering (BEng) BEng

Mashael Al Saud was awarded an Institute of Measurement & Control Prize for Outstanding Achievement at the Annual Awards Evening, January 2013.

How has the prize helped you?

It was a great addition to my CV/resume, especially when applying to study for my masters.

What do you enjoy most about your course?

I enjoyed the practical work in the labs most, and I like the range of the modules we were introduced to on this course and how they all seem to integrate at one point or another. For example, at the beginning of this course, the modules were distinctly mathematics, biology and/or physics, however by the third year everything we learned linked up together, creating the full image of biomedical engineering.

What do you plan to do after you graduate?

I'm starting my MSc in Biomedical Engineering this fall at the University of Oxford, and hopefully after that I'll be able find a job that would allow me to work alongside hospitals, maybe in research and development.