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Why study the Master's Degree in Biomedical Engineering?
Graduates of the master's degree obtain training in line with the needs of medical technology companies, hospitals or leading biomedicine centres research and development . The student accesses a polyvalent and solid profile that responds to the multidisciplinary that responds to the professional profile demanded by the sector, both nationally and internationally.
This master's degree is the only master's degree in Biomedical Engineering in Spain with the EUR-ACE seal.
The EUR-ACE® Engineering Seal: is a certificate awarded by an agency authorised by the European Network for the Accreditation of Engineering Education (ENAEE) to a university in respect of an Engineering degree from Degree or Master's degree evaluated according to a set of defined standards, from agreement with the principles of quality, relevance, transparency, recognition and mobility contemplated in the European Higher Education Area. Therefore, the Spanish Institute of Engineering (IIE), as one of the most representative institutions of the engineering profession in the country, and National Agency for Assessment of Quality and Accreditation, as the main actor in the process of renewal of the accreditation of degrees in Spain, carry out a joint collaboration that promotes the quality and international recognition of the degrees of Degree and masters in Spain and other countries in the field of engineering.
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The profile acquired by the Master's students enables them to develop their professional careers in areas as varied as hospital management, development of health technology products, service and quality engineer in the medical sector or research in biomedical engineering.
Approximately 10% of the students who have taken the Master's degree to date have directed their professional careers in hospitals, 45% in companies and another 45% in health technology research and development .
goal Every year, Tecnun organises the Employment Forum with the aim of providing a direct contact between companies and final-year students. The companies carry out presentations, interviews and recruitment processes aimed at job placement, project end-of-career and internships.
Tecnun, the School of Engineering of the University of Navarra, has promoted the three lines of activity in the field of Biomedical Engineering by integrating them into the Biomedical Engineering Centre in collaboration with groups and centres of Campus of the University of Navarra in Pamplona, bringing together Engineering and Medicine.
The teaching of the Master will take place mainly in San Sebastian, although a significant part of it will take place in Pamplona*, at the Clinic of the University of Navarra, in the CIMA or at the Schools of Science and Pharmacy, thus guaranteeing that the training takes place in a biomedical hospital environment.
*The University will provide transport between the two campus when necessary.