Medical Engineering at Swansea University draws on the exciting medical research taking place within the College of Engineering and the College of Medicine. The research success in the two colleges led to the creation of the £22 million Centre for NanoHealth (CNH), a unique facility linking engineering and medicine.
The entry requirements for the MEng Medical Engineering (with a Year in Industry) degree are:
AAB - ABB at A level (including Mathematics).
Other recommended subjects include:
AAB - ABB is our standard offer for students who are studying 3 A levels, but we recognise the individual nature of each application and so the standard offer should be viewed only as a guide. In some circumstances we may make different offers or points offers where appropriate, e.g. ‘300 UCAS points including 100 in Mathematics’.
Or 34 - 33 at IB (preferably to include good marks in Mathematics).
Students studying for BTEC qualifications require DDD - DDM plus B grade at A level Mathematics. Studying A level Mathematics alongside a BTEC qualification is our strongly recommended entry pathway for those studying BTEC qualifications. Students not studying A level Mathematics, alongside their BTEC qualification, require D*DD-DDD with D in ‘Mathematics for Technicians’ and D in ‘Further Mathematics for Technicians’, plus minimum GCSE grades of B in Mathematics and 2 x B grades in Science/Engineering/Manufacturing.
Find out the entry requirements for an international student.
Students with industrial experience and qualifications will be considered on a case-by-case basis. If you have studied access or vocational qualifications, you are advised to apply for the Integrated Foundation Year.
If you are applying for Level Two (second year) entry, in order to be considered, you will need to have already covered the topics offered in Swansea at Level One (first year) in a certified qualification, with a high overall score.
Year 1 (Level 4)
HE Level 4 Degree / HECert
Students choose 120 credits from the following:
Strength of Materials
Instrumentation and Control
Fluid Mechanics 1
Design and Laboratory Classes 1
Engineering Analysis 1
Engineering Analysis 2
Introduction to Medical Engineering
Chemical Engineering Science
medical engineering level 1 option
Choose Exactly 10 credits from the following Modules:
NOTE : The optional modules EGA103 and EG-166 are chosen depending on the qualifications and academic background of each student. Students who have not done chemistry in their A-levels (or equivalent) will have to choose Foundation Chemistry (EGA103). Students that have taken chemistry, but have not taken physics/mechanics in their A-levels will have to choose Engineering Mechanics (EG-166). All remaining students should choose one of these options.
Year 2 (Level 5)
HE Level 5 Degree / HEDip
Mechanical Properties of Materials
Statistical Techniques in Engineering
Instrumental and Analytical Chemistry
Introduction to Materials Engineering
Cell Biology and cell mechanics for engineers
Numerical Methods for Biomedical Engineers
Selected Medical Diagnostic Techniques
Year 3 (Level 6)
HE Level 6 Degree / Honours
Computer Aided Product Design
Finite Element Method
Mechanical Properties of Materials 2
Implant and prosthetic Technology
Medical Engineering Group Design Project
Biomedical Flows in Physiology and Medical Devices
Year 4 (Level 5 YR OUT)
HE Level 5 Sandwich Year
Industrial Placement Year (Engineering)
Year 5 (Level 7)
HE Level 7 Degree / Advanced
Individual Research Project
Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations
Complex Fluids and Rheology
Optimisation and Reliability
Fracture and Fatigue
Simulation Based Product Design
Principles of Nanomedicine
Polymers: Properties and Design
As a student on the MEng Medical Engineering (with a Year in Industry) course, you will gain the skills of engineering, whilst also providing employers with the added experience and knowledge of anatomy and physiology, and the ability to communicate with clinicians.
Job opportunities in the field of medical engineering are good and cover a wide range of careers. These include established technologies such as the design and manufacture of medical instrumentation and devices. For example, dialysis machines and artificial hip joints.
Opportunities also exist for clinical engineers within the NHS. They provide a wide variety of diagnostic and therapeutic services in collaboration with medical professionals.
Funding for medical research is growing rapidly and is likely to continue to grow. There is an increasing need for researchers to work at the interface between the traditional disciplines of physical and biomedical sciences. A graduate in Medical Engineering would be ideally pl
Our MEng Medical Engineering (with a Year in Industry) graduates gain the skills of engineering, whilst also providing employers with the added experience and knowledge of anatomy and physiology, and the ability to communicate with clinicians.
Our courses are designed so that graduates have sufficient strength in engineering to be able to function effectively as a mainstream engineer.
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