Biomedical Engineering field seeks to close the gap between engineering and medicine, combining the design and problem solving skills of engineering with medical biological sciences to advance health care treatment, including diagnosis, monitoring, and therapy.
It is the application of principles of engineering to medicine and biology for healthcare purposes. Biomedical engineering applications include the development of diagnostic and therapeutic medical devices, MRIs, pharmaceutical drugs and therapeutic biologicals.
Most of the universities in the USA, Canada require you to give you the GRE. Few universities from Germany require GRE scores. However, GRE is not required for admission to Australian universities. IELTS or TOEFL is compulsory for acquiring student visa and as a proof of English proficiency.
Students seek to bridge the gap between engineering and medicine, combining the
Specialization topics include:
Although the fees vary from university to university, the average tuition cost for master’s studies in Biomedical engineering in the US are $28, 000/year. Average living costs vary upto $8900/year. They are almost the same in Canada. In Australia, average tuition costs are A$28,200 / year and the average living costs are A$8,500/year.
|COUNTRY||AVERAGE SALARY||MEDIAN SALARY|
|United States||$45,938 - $96,401||$64,116|
|United Kingdom||£18,794 - £51,095||£28,718|
|Switzerland||CHF 90.60 - CHF 117,446||CHF 60,000|
|Singapore||S$33,066 - S$120,382||S$43,194|
|New Zealand||NZ$41,217 - NZ$116,350||NZ$67,496|
|Netherland||€18,656 - €53,909||€30,208|
|Ireland||€21,852 - €63,616||€32,990|
|Germany||€30,215 - €87,500||€47,644|
|Canada||C$43,499 - C$85,704||C$58,515|
|Australia||AU$49,087 - AU$93,399||AU$64,002|