Biomedical Engineering

Aging population poses difficult challenges to the health care system, and Biomedical Engineering is helpful in finding solutions for those challenges. During studies, the students deepen their theoretical knowledge and develop their research skills for development and improvement of the equipment for medical diagnostics, therapy and health monitoring. The graduates work in the industry of medical devices, research centres, and state regulatory institutions.

Code 6211EX002
Location Kaunas
Faculty of Electrical and Electronics Engineering
Cycle Second cycle
Field Bioengineering
Language Lithuanian, English
Study mode and duration Full-time studies - 2 y. (Day-time)
Degree awarded Master of Engineering Sciences
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Why @KTU?

Internationally known in Biomedical Engineering research

KTU Biomedical Engineering Institute is internationally famous for creating and application of advanced decisions for health care using electronics, telecommunications and IT growing fields.

Why @KTU?

Focus on effective technology application in medicine

The programme content is designed to incorporate medical and practical research work in laboratories, and majority of modules are specifically focused on the process of effectively applying technology in medicine.

Why @KTU?

Interdisciplinary studies at two universities

The programme is taught together with Lithuanian University of Health Sciences to ensure comprehensive knowledge of biomedical sciences.



Biophysics – cells, organs, autoregulation, bioelectromagnetism
Biomedical electronics – ultrasound, diagnostics, stimulators
Biomedical signals and images – processing, recognition, classification, diagnosis decisions support systems
Biomedical devices – design, certification, regulation, standards
Analysis of Biomedical Issues, Interdisciplinary Knowledge Practical Experience of Work with Medical Equipment Development and Design of Medical Equipment Knowledge and Experience of Scientific and Research Work


Basant Kumar Bajpai

Esco Medical Ltd, Engineer


The study programme Biomedical Engineering provided by KTU in the Faculty of Electrical and Electronics Engineering was actually really good. During my studies I have learned about non-invasive blood pressure and stress measurement, artificial organ architecture, biomedical signal acquisition and processing as well as many other subject. Now in my work place I applying my engineering skills I got during my studies in KTU: from medical instrument validation till programmatic architecture design

Arūnas Padvariškis

UAB "Graina", Director


Successful work at our company requires interdisciplinary knowledge and skills: technical and technologies of medical devices, as well as human physiology and communication. The ability to study independently is very important. Medical devices change and evolve very rapidly, which requires a constant interest and improvement in professional area.

Vytautas Vizbara

UAB "Graina", Engineer


Biomedical Engineering study programme provided theoretical knowledge and practical skills for a successful beginning of work at the advanced company providing and operating complex medical equipment for biochemical laboratories, ultrasonic and X-ray systems.


Student’s competences:

– Systematic knowledge in the area of biomedical engineering;

– Knowledge of biomedical electronic devices and systems;

– Abilities in designing of biomedical electronics;

– Knowledge of scientific research and entrepreneurship in biomedical engineering

Student’s skills:

– Able to systematically understand the context of biomedical engineering, the field’s regulatory requirements, terms of biomedical field, engineering methods used for solving of the problems;

– Able to use biomedical engineering systems and devices and perform their technical maintenance;

– Able to apply suitable methods, measures and equipment for designing of biomedical devices;

– Able to prepare a research project and application, scientific paper in the field of biomedical engineering, to study in Doctoral studies.



You may become

– Design of electronic devices and parts thereof, circuits, semiconductor devices and systems, and provision of consultations on these issues;

– Establishment of production or installation methods, materials and quality standards, management of production or installation of electronic products and systems;

– Establishment of control standards and procedures ensuring efficient operation and safety of electronic systems, engines and equipment;

– Development and improvement of signal processing algorithms, their installation while selecting suitable hardware and software;

– Application of engineering knowledge in designing, improvement and assessment of biological and health care systems, as well as such products as artificial organs, prostheses and appliances;

– Designing of various devices for medical procedures and imaging systems, such as magnetic resonance, and instruments for automatic insulin injections or control of organism’s functions;

– Designing of the elements of such optical instruments as lenses, lasers, optical disk systems and other equipment that uses light;

– Identification of possible risks, and introduction of safety procedures and measures;

– Establishment of contractual terms and conditions and negotiations in this area, making of supply agreements or recommendations regarding making of purchase agreements for equipment, raw materials, services or good for resale;

– Analysis of market reports, periodical trade publications and sales promotion material, visiting of trade presentations, salons, factories and events for product design;

– Selection of good or products that are most suitable for the company’s needs;
Selection of visualisation or treatment equipment, monitoring of display screens, and adjustment of settings and control in accordance with technical specifications;

– Selection of visualisation or treatment equipment, monitoring of display screens, and adjustment of settings and control in accordance with technical specifications;

– Examination and assessment of developed x-ray photographs, videos or other computer information to verify if the received images are suitable for identification of diagnosis, and registration of the results of procedures;

– Supervision of the use of radiographic, ultrasonic and medical visualisation equipment aiming to obtain an image of the organism’s composition for diagnostic purposes.


Minimum requirements

University bachelor degree certificate

Physical, Technology or Biomedicine study field degree

Language CGPA

IELTS ≥6.0, TOEFL ≥85, CEFR ≥C1, or previously completed studies in english language.

Average grade (CGPA) > 60 %

Additional requirements

Often you can get a suitable transcript of bachelor degree 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.


Score structure

Component Coefficient
First component of the competition score

Average grade (CGPA) of University‘s Bachelor’s degree (min. length – 180 ECTS) and its supplement


Second component of the competition score

Research activities


Third component of the competition score

Motivation letter and online interview



Tuition fee

Full-time studies 4300 €
Price per credit 71,67 €
Foreign nationals with Lithuanian origins and EU citizens
Full-time studies 3737 €
Price per credit 62,28 €


Financial support