This programme combines fundamental concepts and knowledge in engineering, biology, and medicine to develop innovative technologies, materials, processes, and systems, with the aim of improving healthcare. You will learn how to develop sustainable and innovative technologies, materials, and systems that improve healthcare. The first year is a broad compulsory segment, with courses in anatomy and physiology, medical information systems, biomedical signal processing, and signal theory. The second year offers in-depth specialisation along three tracks: Biomedical Signals and Instrumentation, Medical Imaging, and Medical Informatics and eHealth. Biomedical engineers are employed across the industry in hospitals, government agencies, and research facilities, designing various materials, devices, algorithms, processes, or systems.