Diploma in

Biomedical Engineering

N60

Why

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Bridging Engineering and Science

Combine both skills to develop medical equipment or new medical cures.

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Real-World
Learning

Intern with hospitals, multinational corporations and research institutes. Design and develop your own biomedical product.

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Bright Career Prospects

Bridge the gap between engineering and life sciences, and enjoy good career prospects in the promising biomedical engineering industry.

Learn

Year 01

Build your engineering foundation in electrical, electronic and mechanical engineering. Gain an overview of biomedical engineering.

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Year 02

Learn about cell and molecular biology, medical instrumentation, and physiological systems. Be equipped with electronic design prototyping skills.

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Year 03

Hone your knowledge in clinical engineering and medical equipment. Design and develop biomedical products, and go on a six-month internship with a university, hospital, MNC or research institute.

For a complete listing and description of the modules, click here.

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Biomedical Engineering (N60)

For Students with O-Levels

ELR2B2-C (2018) – 12

Planned Intake (2018) – 60​

Entry Requirements

AGGREGATE TYPE ELR2B2-C

To be eligible for consideration, candidates must have the following GCE O-Level examination (or equivalent) results.

  • SubjectO-LEVEL GRADE
  • English Language*1 - 7
  • Mathematics (Elementary/Additional)1 - 6
  • Science (with Physics, Chemistry or Biology component)
    or Biotechnology
    or Computing/Computer Studies
    or Design & Technology
    or Electronics/​Fundamentals of Electronics
    1 - 6

You must also fulfil the aggregate computation requirements.

* Candidates with English as a second language must have attained a minimum grade of 6.

Candidates with severe vision deficiency should not apply for the course. Those with colour vision deficiency may be considered, subject to an in-house test.​

EARLY ADMISSIONS EXERCISE (EAE)

The exercise is now closed.

Joint Admissions Exercise (JAE)

The exercise is now closed.

Direct Admissions Exercise (DAE)

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F​or Students with Other Qualifications

C​lick here to find out more on entry requirements and admissions exercise periods for qualifications such as N(A)-Level, A-Level, ITE, IP, IB and more.