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Biomedical Engineering (SUSTech - King’s Joint School of Medicine) for students in China BEng

UCAS code: N/A – please apply directly through SUSTech

SUSTech stone 校名石

Key information

Course type:
Single honours at King's plus other award at partner institution
Delivery mode:
On campus
Study mode:
Full time
Duration:
Four years
Application status:
Closed
Start date:
Application deadline:
30 April 2024

This programme is taught on the SUSTech campus in Shenzhen and is aimed at Chinese students. This programme is a joint programme leading to double degree awards from King’s College London and the Southern University of Science and Technology (SUSTech): students take a single programme of study, the successful completion of which leads to separate awards from both King’s and SUSTech.

Key benefits

  • The programme design offers students a unique experience in being able to obtain two degree awards.
  • King’s is recognised as one of the international leaders in Biomedical Engineering education.
  • The programme is taught by a combination of academic and clinical researchers at the forefront of their field.
  • Students will acquire experience of practical laboratory sessions; multi-disciplinary teamworking; preparing and giving oral presentations; using computational tools and packages; working independently; and assessing ethical issues.
  • The programme is designed to prepare students to enter jobs in the evolving field of biomedical engineering, healthcare research or further study in medicine.
  • Both King’s and SUSTech have strong links with the healthcare technology industry, providing opportunities for students to select projects which align to their career aspirations.

Employability

Biomedical engineers can work in various areas including robotics; regenerative medicine; wearable technology; drug delivery mechanisms; and 3-D printing. STEM degrees are also considered useful by employers in a number of sectors including consultancy. Graduates may also choose to progress to a masters or doctoral degree specialising in medical engineering or medical physics, or progress to a medical degree.

Employability

Biomedical engineers can work in various areas including robotics; regenerative medicine; wearable technology; drug delivery mechanisms; and 3-D printing. STEM degrees are also considered useful by employers in a number of sectors including consultancy. Graduates may also choose to progress to a masters or doctoral degree specialising in medical engineering or medical physics, or progress to a medical degree.

Key information

Course type:
Single honours at King's plus other award at partner institution
Delivery mode:
On campus
Study mode:
Full time
Duration:
Four years
Application status:
Closed
Start date:
Application deadline:
30 April 2024

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