What a career in Biomedical and Medical Engineering looks like
16 Aug 21
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Categories: Biomedical and Medical Engineering, Undergradute
Study a Biomedical and Medical Engineering degree at the University of Bolton, No.1 in the North West for the past three years in Student Satisfaction in the Complete University Guide and No.2 in Teaching Quality in the Sunday Times Good University Guide 2020.
Results are finally in, and everyone is thinking about where they are going to university, or maybe asking if the university is right for them. And you know what? It’s a perfect time. A lot of people may be talking about pandemics and lockdowns and recessions, but you have an amazing opportunity right now.
Because it’s all a bit crazy out there, there has never been a better time to study and enhance your knowledge and skill set. Work towards a career path of employment, which you’ll be ready for in a few years’ time, and skip all the drama and stress of a slow market that exists today. For postgraduates, it’s even a good time to think about going back to higher education and growing your skills and qualifications.
Why study Biomedical and Medical Engineering?
This is one of the fields that can actually change the world. Do you want to be a part of that? It wasn’t so long ago that getting a really bad injury from common accidents like car crashes could have a dreadful impact on life. Losing a limb meant serious and difficult changes to the way you could live.
A Biomedical Science degree has changed this though. Prosthetics are getting so advanced now that not only do, they look real, they can be controlled with so much precision that it won’t be long until they’re as good as the real thing.
But there’s still a long way to go, and unquestionably new and better ways of doing a lot of things. Not just in large limb prosthetics but also in the tiniest spaces imaginable. Are you going to be the scientist who one day creates the cancer cell-killing nano robot? Innovation is what a Biomedical and Medical Engineering degree is all about.
At the University of Bolton, we’re teaching students on the cutting edge of medical science. You’ll have access to advanced technology, such as our 3D motion capture system (with ground reaction force platforms), isokinetic dynamometer, mass spectrometer, 3D printing, teaching robot, composite materials manufacturing cell, engineering simulation software and confocal microscope. Sound fun?
So the million dollar question, why study at the University of Bolton?
Simple. Our students are some of the happiest in the country because at Bolton we are proud to put our students and their needs first. Not forgetting the incredible scene in Greater Manchester and our brilliant student union, students love to learn at Bolton because we teach hands-on courses designed to build you a career path that you’ll enjoy.
With flexible study plans, a high ratio of lecturers to students and a range of professionally accredited courses, Bolton students leave university prepared for real work in the real world.
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Don’t waste another minute. Places can go fast, so if you think Biomedical and Medical Engineering at the University of Bolton could be the right degree for you, have a look at our range of course options right here, get in touch, and come and enjoy #UniAsItShouldBe.
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