Access and admission

Official Degree

Master's Degree in Biomedical Technologies

Duration

90 ECTS

1,5 years

Campus

Arrasate-Mondragón

Class size

24 places

Languages

Spanish, English

Modality

On-site

PDF Catalogue

Number of vacancies

The number of vacancies established for this degree is 24.

 

Access

a) Students who have previously attended the following studies and are in possession of one of the following Spanish university degrees may access this Master’s Degree – without any complementary training:

  • Graduates in Biomedical Engineering.

b) Students who have completed higher education courses corresponding to the MECES 2 level or similar, in the field of Engineering, will have access to this Master’s Degree, provided that they acquire the skills described below during their training:

  • Competence 1: Knowing the structure and function of animal cells, as well as their life cycle and the mechanisms that regulate them, acquiring an integrated view at the molecular, structural and functional level of cellular structures and their alterations in relation to human pathology.
  • Competence 2: Designing, developing and managing systems for signal processing.
  • Competence 3: Analysing, calculating and designing mechanical structures, analysing stresses and deformations.
  • Competence 4: Designing components based on specifications, selecting materials, defining the geometry, and making measurements.
  • Competence 5: Knowing the properties of biomaterials for their correct use in Biomedical Engineering problems.

If they have not acquired these competences, they are required to take the following subjects:

  • Medical fundamentals (6 ECTS, PDF),  if they have not acquired competence 1 and 5.
  • Biosignals and signal processing (6 ECTS, PDF), if they have not acquired competence 2.
  • Biomechanics (4,5 ECTS, PDF), if they have not acquired competence 3 and 4.

c) For Sciences and Health Sciences, please contact those responsible for the Degree through the email masteruni.ing@mondragon.

 

In the case of graduates in Mondragon University, they are required to take the following subjects: 

 

MEDICAL FUNDAMENTALS

(6 ECTS)

BIOSIGNALS AND SIGNAL PROCESSING

(6 ECTS)

BIOMECHANICS

(4,5 ECTS)

Mechanical Engineering

X

X

 

Industrial Design and Product Development Engineering

X

X

 

Engineering in Industrial Organisations

X

X

 

Industrial Electronics Engineering

X

X

X

Computer Engineering

X

X

X

Energy Engineering

X

X

X

Eco-technology in Industrial Processes Engineering

X

X

 

Mechatronics Engineering 

X

X

 

 

The starting date for learning sessions of the complementary training will be the 25th of March for those students who are required to get 16,5 ECTS, and the 22rd of April for the rest of the students. Calendar

In the case you are coming from another university, would you like to know if you are required to attend the complementary tranning? Sign up here.

 

d) Students with a foreign higher degree, issued by a higher education institution of the European Higher Education Area, who have the right to access Master's degrees in the issuing country, will be able to access it. In this case, direct access to the Master’s Degree course or access with previous complementary training shall be admitted, depending on the equivalence of the foreign degree in relation to those referred to in sections a) and b) above.

e) Graduates may access according to educational systems outside the European Higher Education Area without the need for approval of their degrees, after verification by the University that they have reached a training level equivalent to the corresponding official Spanish university degrees and that they grant access to postgraduate education in the country issuing the diploma. In this case, direct access to the Master’s Degree course or access with previous complementary training shall be admitted, depending on the equivalence of the foreign degree in relation to those referred to in sections a) and b) above.

Admission

The body responsible for the admission of students is the Academic Coordination Team. Admission of students will be based on the following two criteria: The academic curriculum of the students (previous accredited training) and their academic record.

No access criteria or special access conditions or tests are established.