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Engineering as an Alternative to Medicine | Queen Mary University of London

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Sign up to this taster course to learn about Medical Engineering, meet our academics and current students, and take part in problem-solving activities related to Medical Engineering.

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Queen Mary University of London is home to one of the UK's largest Medical Engineering degree programmes. This year alone we have spent £7.5M on undergraduate teaching areas and we have another £22.5M to spend on renovating our facilities.

On this day-long course, you will learn that Medical Engineering requires the application of the same skills set as many other medical professions. You will discover that engineers and medical professionals work hand-in-hand to develop the latest and most beneficial treatments ranging from orthopaedic implants to diagnostic imaging.

For details of how to apply please email us.

Suitable For:

Individuals (Enquiry not required to be through a school)

Duration:

Half Day

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Minimum number of students:

1

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