The Biomedical Engineering diploma offers students a good foundation in electronics, human chemistry and biology. With the fundamentals, students are then trained and exposed to current technologies and engineering applications in the field of medical sciences and biology.
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Broad-based learning enables you to seek admission to a wide range of programs at both NUS and NTU locally and other universities in Australia, UK and US.
Graduates will be able to find employment in design, manufacturing and marketing companies (MNCs, SMEs, or public companies) dealing in the life sciences and electronics, as well as government agencies, health care institutions, commercial firms and hospitals.
There are excellent career prospects in Life science research centers, Pharmaceutical manufacturing firms, Hospitals, Wholesale and retail firms.