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Best Universities to Study Biomedical Engineering

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The integration of engineering principles with biomedicine has led to a new field called biomedical engineering. The main goals of biomedical engineering are to improve human health, particularly clinical practice and patient care, through innovation. As a biomedical engineering graduate, you will use science and engineering to find innovative solutions for a variety of needs in medicine and biology. However, a specialty in biomedical engineering would add value only if you pick a university with cutting-edge research and faculty to impart the necessary skills.

AECC Global Nepal has curated a list of seven universities that have consistently ranked as the top choices for biomedical engineering across the world. We hope you find this blog useful and are able to make an informed choice regarding your study abroad plans. 

1.TAFE South Australia

The biomedical industry in South Australia is growing at a rapid pace. A highly qualified workforce, trained in the field of biomedical engineering is the need of the hour. An associate degree in Biomedical Engineering from TAFE South Australia is accredited by Engineers Australia and graduates with this degree are eligible for migration. They offer a blended program wherein you can take it in a hybrid,in-class or online mode. With a highly trained faculty and practical experience, studying at TAFE is a wise choice for a biomedical engineering aspirant.

 2.Western University

If you wish to study biomedical engineering in Australia, then the Western university offers a multidisciplinary program. It includes engineering and clinical researchers along with basic scientists. It encourages links between the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, Robarts Research Institute, Lawson Health Research Institute, and Western University's teaching hospitals. An undergraduate degree will allow you to work in the biomedical engineering field. The program at Western University has been based on the success of the established graduate program and has the research excellence and a great environment to help you thrive.

 3. Ulster University

The demand for biomedical engineers is increasing. There are many new medical technologies, and biological knowledge paired with engineering principles has helped to develop many revolutionary technologies. Ulster University's School of Engineering is researching new technologies such as tissue engineering and regenerative medicine. A programme in biomedical engineering at Ulster University in the United Kingdom would make you stand out from the crowd and expose you to cutting-edge research in a top educational institution.

4.Flinders University 

At Flinders University in Australia, there is a five-year pathway to a six-year master's course in Biomedical Engineering (MSBME) degree. The five-year pathway is designed to equip students with the skills they need to investigate, plan, design, manufacture, and maintain systems and devices that are used in all aspects of health care. A degree in Biomedical Engineering at Flinders would provide an opportunity to work with cutting-edge technology and facilities at their top-notch campus at Tonsley.

 5.Florida International University

Florida International University is a Top 100 ranking public university located in Miami, Florida. The Department of Biomedical Engineering at Florida International University has world-class resources for biomedical engineering, training, research, and development. It was recently designated as a "highest research" (R1) and "community-engaged" institution by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. If you study Biomedical Engineering at Florida International University, you would be exposed to a diverse community of budding engineers. You would work with the best minds on innovation, engagement, and creating cutting-edge products in the field of healthcare.

 6.Wichita State University

The Biomedical Engineering program at Wichita State University is accredited by the ABET (Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology) and integrates physical, chemical, and mathematical sciences with engineering principles. This program prepares graduates to solve the most challenging problems in biology, medicine, behavior, and health. Biomedical engineering is a versatile field. If you graduate from the program you can work as a product manager working on innovation and research. Employers of biomedical engineers include pharmaceutical and medical equipment manufacturers, hospitals and rehabilitation centers, and industries that handle bio-medical research.

 7.University of Surrey

The University of Surrey is a place where the old meets the new everyday. The University of Surrey boasts of an excellent faculty who have been training students for almost five decades now. But, the facilities are upgraded every year. They have a newly instated state-of-art facility for the microengineering stream, human movement labs, and a unique bio-electronic laboratory. You can also be a part of their placement training program. You can be a part of the innovation team at leading biomedical companies globally.

Here is a range of salaries that you can expect as a biomedical engineer:

Destinations

Biomedical Engineer Salaries

Australia

75,000-80,000 AUD

USA

$90,000- $120,000

UK

£25,000-£50,000

Canada

$85,000- $142,000

New Zealand

$85,000-$152,000

AECC Global Nepal has tied up with world-class universities across popular study destinations to fulfill your study abroad aspirations. Get in touch with our counsellors right away to know more.


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