M.Sc. in Biomedical Engineering

M.Sc. in Biomedical Engineering
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Stages: There are three stages of study. All of the stages require an advisor before starting

  1. Part-Time students: students working in the industry, and in parallel plan to complete a M.Sc. degree. They are admitted to the Accumulative Study (AS) Stage, which can last no longer than 3 academic years (minimum 3 courses per year). After this time, the student is transferred to the Regular Studies (RS) Stage, where they can complete their requirement.
    1. Minimum GPA during AS stage: 70
    2. Passing of courses: no later than semester 4. All mandatory courses should be taken in the first year of the M.Sc.
    3. 25% of the courses in the curriculum must be taken in the status of RS stage.
  2. Full-Time students: They are directly admitted to the RS stage
  3. Preliminary stage: Students who have been admitted to the M.Sc. despite not fulfilling the criteria for acceptance, must complete certain courses in the B.Sc. before continuing to regular M.Sc. track.

Study tracks: There are two tracks which students can choose from. Note that for either track, the advisor is solely responsible for approving the student’s curriculum.

  1. Research Track
    1. Only for full-time students
    2. Must complete the M.Sc. with a minimum 75 GPA
    3. Requires 24 credit points + a research thesis equal to 12 hours of study
    4. Student admitted to this track has until the end of fall semester to find an advisor (it is advisable to find an advisor prior to the start of the M.Sc.)
    5. Participation in a minimum of 14 departmental seminars


  1. Project Track: For students with a B.Sc. in Engineering, Exact Sciences, Life Sciences, Medicine or Computer Science.
    1. Must complete the M.Sc. with a minimum 75 GPA
    2. Requires 36 credit points + a project of 3 credit points
    3. Participation in a minimum of 8 departmental seminars

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