Requirements for studying biomedical engineering
Before enrolling and starting on your path towards becoming a Biomedical Engineering professional, you should reflect for a moment on these statements::
I have always been interested in the world of medicine and everything related to it.
I love to see how technology can change people's lives.
I believe that helping other people is one of the greatest pleasures
Putting together and trying out
I like to know how things work and new movements, put things together and take them apart, thing things out, strip them down, etc.,,
I am a curious person; i like to create new things, experiment and innovate.
I have leadership skills and work well in a team.
"Do you identify yourself with them? Then studying Biomedical Engineering is the ideal choice for you.."
There are two ways you can access this degree
After having completed Baccalaureate or Higher Level Vocational Training.
You have studied Baccalaureate
The appropriate thing would be for you to have studied the Baccalaureate in Technology or Natural Sciences and the Baccalaureate in Science and Technology; and have taken subjects such as Biology, Physics, Technical Drawing and Mathematics II.
You have studied Higher Level Vocational Training
If you study Higher Level Vocational Training, we recommend that it is in Degrees related to biomedicine such as ‘Mechanical Manufacturing Production Program’, 'Prosthetic Anatomy', 'Health Documentation'’ o ‘Automation and Industrial Robotics’.
- Human Anatomy
- Biomedical Signal and Image Processing
- Medical Imaging Systems
- Development of Medical Equipment
- Health Units Management
- Industrial Design of New Products
In accordance with the linguistic policy of the Higher Polytechnic School responsible for carrying out the teaching, students are expected to obtain around 60% of the credits in Basque, around 20% in Spanish and the remaining 20% in English.
Therefore, it is desirable that before enrolling that you have previously acquired the language skills listed below: