Bachelor in electrical engineering in biomedical signals and systems in Western university
As society continues to age there is a higher demand for intensive upgrades and modernization of medical equipment, resulting in a greater need for engineers specializing in design, manufacturing and servicing of such devices. This option offers students a solid background in the fields of signal processing, imaging and biomedical systems. Think about the infrastructure that allows you to call anywhere in the world on your mobile. Or the electricity wires that connect your house to the power grid. Study Electrical Engineering and you will never be out of a job.
Three distinct A-Level (or four distinct AS-Level) traditional academic subjects with grades of A and/or B, GCSE/IGCSE (O-Level) results, IB of 28 including points awarded for the Extended Essay and Theory of Knowledge, TOEFL ibT of 83 with no score below 20, PTE of 58 no score less than 56, MELAB of 80 with no score less than 78, IELTS Academic of 6.5 with no part less than 6.0, CAN Test of 4.0, CAEL of 60, a year-weighted average (YWA) of at least 60%
Electrical design engineer, Automatic systems designer, Robotics engineer, Biomedical instrumentation designer, Renewable energy systems engineer