Biomedicine/Engineering pathway

Wenn Lynn Ooi in the MedTech Linkway, Engineering Block F

The Melbourne curriculum gives you the flexibility to gain exposure to your chosen degree, and room to switch study/career pathways if you decide to. I used this to my advantage switching from studying anatomy to engineering! I have done four internships so far. They have been great opportunities to gain work experience and get a taste of what life after university will be like.

Wenn Lynn Ooi
Master of Engineering (Biomedical with Business)
Bachelor of Biomedicine

This pathway into engineering is ideal if you’re looking to complement your technical skills with medical knowledge and take up a career in biomedical engineering.

To graduate as an engineer with professional accreditation, you’ll start with a Biomedical Engineering Systems major in either the Bachelor of Biomedicine or Bachelor of Science, followed by a two-year Master of Biomedical Engineering.

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If you have questions about graduate study in engineering or IT, or would like to find out more about which subjects to take in your undergraduate degree, you can book an appointment with our staff.

Our admissions staff offer consultation appointments during semester to discuss your future study options in the Master of Engineering, as well as in the Master of Information Systems and Master of Information Technology.

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Engineering and IT Community

The Engineering and IT Community is for future engineers and IT professionals studying an undergraduate degree at the University of Melbourne. The Community is a great way for you to meet other students on the same pathway as you, and helps you explore the different areas of engineering and IT as you find your best fit.

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