Biomedical engineering promises an exciting and rewarding career, bridging the advances in biomedical science with professional skills in delivering engineering projects in a rapidly growing field.
Ours is one of the top-ranked courses of its kind in the country, drawing on our long-standing expertise and experience in technology and healthcare.
You will have the opportunity to work with teams from leading hospitals including St Bartholomew's, The Royal London and Great Ormond Street, and you will learn a range of engineering applications and how to apply them to help the sick and injured, opening up career opportunities in medical engineering and related fields.
The Finkelstein Undergraduate Electronics Teaching Laboratory is the centrepiece of the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering.
We have a range of recently refurbished facilities, including brand new undergraduate, postgraduate and research laboratories.
Our facilities include state of the art electronic test and measurement devices, used for the teaching of new students, as well as advanced students working on their own individual or group projects.
The Physiological Measurement laboratory is equipped with state of the art commercial patient monitoring equipment, as well as experimental devices and sensors developed in the research centre.
3D printing facilities each with its own technology and range of materials that can be used to create objects.