Biomedical Genetics and Tissue EngineeringMain Site
排名: 84 (TCUG)
地點: Main Site
The aim of our Biomedical Genetics and Tissue Engineering MSc is to create qualified biomedical engineers who can help in the design, development, operation and research of complex medical devices for the modern biomedical and healthcare industry. Gaining a deeper insight into genetics and tissue engineering, you will also cover biomechanics and biomaterials, and will learn about genomic technologies and molecular mechanisms. You’ll be in demand in the area of prevention, diagnosis and treatment of diseases and the characterisation of tissue. Teaching is delivered by enthusiastic world-leading biomedical research experts, and enhanced by clinical professionals who are part of our extensive network of industry and hospital collaborative partners. With our strong industry links, some projects are provided by hospital consultants and are based on solving practical biomedical problems and challenges. Researchers at Brunel are working in a range of research areas, including tissue engineering, cell culture, microfluidics, and electrospinning techniques for developing novel materials. Their up-to-date knowledge will feed directly into your learning. You will have access to fully equipped laboratories, with excellent biomedical engineering research facilities. In the computer lab, you’ll have the opportunity to develop hands-on skills using modern computer software to solve problems relevant to biomedical issues. This biomedical engineering master’s course is studied full-time over one year.
A 2:2 (or above) UK Honours degree or equivalent internationally recognised qualification in an engineering, appropriate science or technology subject. Other qualifications and relevant experience will be assessed on an individual basis.
IELTS: 6.5 (min 6 in all areas)
請注意：此成績僅為 Brunel University London.
Brunel has a range of support services designed specifically for international students including 40 staff dedicated to them. They are available for matters as diverse as finance, immigration and admissions assistance as well as general queries. Each student has a personal tutor network and there is support available for those to whom English isnâ€™t their first language. There is an orientation program operated for three days that 95% of international students said was immensely helpful for their adjustment as well as regular events, trips and workshops. The Union of Brunel Students is based within the main campus in the Hamilton Centre. It operates the Academy nightclub, a bar called Locoâ€™s and a Subway food outlet. There are various clubs and societies available for students to get involved with ranging from interest based to cultural or religion as well as sports and arts. The Social Kitchen is the main campus refectory for meals and snacks while The Mezz is a modern bar serving food from lunch until evening. One of the student run media projects is the radio station called Radio Brunel, recently relaunched as an internet only station. Sports range across traditional and modern and make use of the various facilities within the university include two large sports halls, a climbing wall, exercise studio, squash courts and the More Energy Fitness Centre. Even indoor cricket and archery facilities are found on campus. Brunel was one of the first universities in the UK to enter the Formula Student Engineering competition. This is an annual program run around the world where student compete in formula-style events in cars designed and manufactured by the students. Undergraduate and postgraduate students work on different areas of the project and the university has won a prize every year since it started in 1999.