Biomedical electronics engineers take care of the reliable functioning and continuous improvement of complex technical equipment. This speciality is aimed at all those wishing to learn how the electronic medical equipment functions and is designed, who want to contribute to the responsible work of doctors, assist them in using complex technique.Entry requirements
In Biomedical Electronics study programme, the electronics engineering sciences are coordinated with biomedical sciences by acquiring the understanding about the possibilities of electronics and its application in this field.
Biomedical electronics is a link between the measurement performed by the device and the measured object – human or animal. The specialist of this field connects biophysical phenomena and electronic devices to an entirety.
Wide career prospects that depend on you only – from the engineer of biomedical equipment service, equipment designer to the unique developer of biomedical product. In “Jobs Rated Report 2017: Ranking The Top 200 Jobs” overview, biomedicine engineer position is rated as 12th out of 200 jobs.
The university provides an opportunity to contribute to the development of global scale medical technologies in the Health Telematics Science Institute (Director prof. A. Ragauskas), Biomedical Engineering Institute (Director Prof. V. Marozas), and other research groups.
Note: The duration of the part-time studies is 6 years.
A student who chooses BA+ competence, acquires the knowledge and skills in an additional study field, and discovers new career prospects.
BA+ competence blocks offered in KTU Bachelor’s study programmes can be an alternative study plan for:
Acquisition of the competence is certified by the issue of KTU certificate and entry in the diploma supplement.
Considerable investments have already been made in the medical equipment in Lithuania. Such investments will grow rapidly, however, the full potential of the acquired equipment is usually unused; its effectiveness and reliability are not guaranteed due to the lack of specialists of biomedical engineering. Therefore, we believe that the graduates from the KTU Biomedical Electronics programme will help to solve this problem.
The Bachelor’s studies of Biomedical Engineering provided me with knowledge both from electronics and biomedical field. The greatest advantage of this programme is the ideas which you can “catch”, follow, and seek to realise. Can T-shirt be an electrocardiograph at the same time or can swimming googles be smart? I realised my ideas by studying and at the same time working in the KTU Biomedical Engineering Institute. At this moment I work in startups Ovao and Figur8, Inc (Boston, USA).
– Able to apply their knowledge and understanding in formulating and analyzing the tasks of biomedical electronics, can choose the appropriate methods and equipment for those tasks;
– Able to apply methods and processes of other scientific fields for solving problems of biomedical electronics;
– Able to select and apply appropriate analytical and modeling techniques in the field of biomedical electronics, to find, systematize, analyze and evaluate relevant scientific and professional information using databases and other sources of information;
– Able to work with equipment of various complexity used in the field of biomedicine.
– Biomedical electronics field problem formulation and solution, choosing the appropriate methods;
– Biomedical electronic and systems design, testing, installation and maintenance based on the latest achievements in the field;
– Preparation of technical specifications for biomedical equipment and systems, preparation of design, testing, installation and operation documentation;
– Biomedical diagnostics experiment planning and execution, data processing and report preparation.
– technical maintenance of biomedical electronics devices, assistance to doctors during their operation
– ensuring the standards and procedures for the proper functioning and security control standards and procedures of biomedical electronic devices
– preparation of procurement specifications for biomedical electronics devices and systems, execution of procurement
– biomedical devices group technical representation, consultancy on their use, operation
– organization of sales of biomedical devices, participation in tenders, preparation of specifications and tender documents
– organization of maintenance of biomedical devices, supply of consumables and spare parts
– introduction of new biomedical devices into the market, their certification
– development, design, production and consulting of biomedical electronics devices and systems
– development of standards for the installation, replacement, quality control, testing, inspection and maintenance of new / improved biomedical electronics products in accordance with engineering principles and safety rules
– preparation of technical conditions of production, supervision of production
|Proficiency in English|
IELTS ≥5.5, TOEFL ≥75, CEFR ≥B1, or equivalent
|High school certificate|
Maximum 3 years after high school graduation is eligible.
Often you can get a suitable transcript from your school. If this is not the case, you will need official translations along with verified copies of the original.
The entry qualification documents are accepted in the following languages: English / Russian.
The documents must be legalised (Apostille) by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the country where the documents were issued. This requirement does not apply for the documents issued in the EU and Belarus, Ukraine.
Minimum average grade (CGPA) > 60 % in each entry subject.
|Full-time studies||3200 €|
|Price per credit||53,33 €|
|Foreign nationals with Lithuanian origins and EU citizens|
|Full-time studies||2595 €|
|Part-time studies||1730 €|
|Price per credit||43,25 €|