Imperial College London
Building better prosthetics, inventing new medical sensors or understanding how to reverse-engineer technology from animals are just some of the ways Biomedical engineers use their understanding of Maths and Physics to improve human health. If you are looking for a broad degree that develops your mechanical, electrical and computational engineering skills and gives you the tools to apply these to medical and biological problems then Biomedical engineering could be for you. You’ll have taster lectures each day and a variety of practical experiences to introduce you to the breadth of options in our course.
18 July 2022 - 22 July 2022
18 PROGRAMME PLACES
Have achieved a minimum of eight GCSEs with at least five at grades 7-9, including maths and sciences. Have achieved a minimum of grade 5 in GCSE English Language. Be studying Maths and Physics at A-level or equivalent.