Bachelor of engineering in biomedical in National university of ireland galway nuig
Biomedical Engineering is a relatively new branch of engineering that involves the use of cutting-edge technologies to help improve human healthcare. Biomedical engineers are involved in the design and creation of medical devices, implants such as stents, instruments and materials for clinical use. They also apply their engineering skills to problems in human biology and are at the forefront of developments in human medicine in the 21st century, enabling the medicial profession to diagnose and treat disease, and repair or replace damaged living tissue.
GCSE Level Grade C in four recognised subjects, Good grades in Year 12 examinations, Higher College of Technology Certificate , 2.75 CGPA plus 50-60 credits per year, IELTS 6.5, TOEFL 88, PTE 61.
Biomedical engineering, Chemistry, Community medicine, Counseling, Environmental management.