Master in Biomedical and Clinical Technology with study branch Biomedical Engineer

General

Program Description

General characteristics of the study program

It is a university degree, which is part of structured higher education studies according to the Bologna Declaration. It is only possible to be studied full-time with the standard length of study 2 years. Upon graduation, i.e. after a successful defence of a master thesis and passing a final state examination, the graduate obtains a Master's degree (abbreviated as M.Sc.).

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Goals of study

Study branch Biomedical Engineer prepares, as part of a study program Biomedical and Clinical Technology, mainly practically oriented graduates as well as future students of the follow-up doctoral study programs at FBME CTU but also at other universities in the Czech Republic and abroad.

The graduate of the master study program will have knowledge of biomedical and clinical technology mainly in the following areas:

  • Theory, methods and procedures of signal and image processing; Therapeutic and diagnostic devices; Legal, economic and managerial issues in health care.

Application of mathematical and scientific disciplines in biomedical engineering will enable further development and deepening of the graduate's professional profile in line with current development in biomedical and clinical technology.

Profile of the study program graduate

Graduates with a biomedical engineer qualification are able to operate, inspect and maintain diagnostic and therapeutic equipment and software within the healthcare facility, including assistance to physicians during the examination of patients. They are able to provide activities related to the registration and operation of medical equipment, to evaluate cases of failure and to create concepts of preventative measures against these failures. Graduates can participate in the acquisition of medical diagnostic and therapeutic equipment, including specification of requirements and carrying out tenders. They are able to train technical staff in the field of medical diagnostics and therapeutic techniques and work safety. Given the ability to engage in developmental and scientific research work, especially of an experimental nature, graduates can also find jobs in companies and institutions involved in the development, production, sale and servicing of medical devices, or creation of software for diagnostic and therapeutic devices and methods intended for health care.

Fields of Study

  • Biomedical Engineering

Entrance Exams

  • Yes (Motivation Letter and Interview in English)

Entrance Requirements

  • Application Form
  • Authenticated copy of bachelor degree diploma and an authenticated copy of a transcript of subjects translated into English (certified translation)
  • Cover (motivation) letter
  • Proof of the administrative fee payment
  • Copy of your passport
  • Admission fee 650,- CZK (approx. 25€)

Level of English

  • Recognized via Skype interview
Last updated Dec 2019

About the School

Czech Technical University in Prague is the oldest technical university in Europe, founded in 1707 and is currently a leading technical research university within the region and in the Prague Research ... Read More

Czech Technical University in Prague is the oldest technical university in Europe, founded in 1707 and is currently a leading technical research university within the region and in the Prague Research cluster. CTU offers undergraduate, graduate and doctoral programs at 8 faculties: Faculty of Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Nuclear Sciences, and Physical Engineering, Architecture, Transportation Sciences, Biomedical Engineering, Information Technology and programs at MIAS School of Business. Moreover, CTU offers free sports courses, you may visit and study in the National Library of Technology and feel the international community in the Campus Dejvice in the heart of Europe. Read less