Biomedical engineering






English Language


4 years


Overview of the specialization:

Biomedical engineering is a discipline that combines engineering principles and medical sciences to develop and design medical technologies and devices.

Biomedical devices is the application of principles and techniques of electronics and measurement to develop devices used in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases.


  • Biomechanics
  • Biomedical devices
  • Anatomy
  • Rehabilitation engineering
  • Cellular and tissue engineering
  • Medical device design
  • Industrial biology
  • Medical imaging
  • Tissue engineering
  • Regenerative medicine
  • Medical radiation engineering

Advantages of studying biomedical engineering:

  1. Integration of medical and engineering sciences This specialization allows students to combine a deep understanding of medical and engineering sciences to make progress in the field of healthcare.
  2. Collaboration Biomedical engineers typically work in multidisciplinary teams, including physicians, nurses, and scientists, which provides opportunities for collaboration and mutual learning.


Job opportunities for graduates:

  • Maintenance and technical services for medical devices.
    Work in medical device manufacturing companies.
  • Engineering consultancy in the field of medical device design and development.
  • Work in the field of scientific research to develop new medical technologies and devices.
  • Work in administrative and supervisory areas in hospitals and healthcare facilities.

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Georgian Technical University


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