That’s why we offer biomedical engineering courses that combine  engineering skills with 21st century clinical practice, enabling you to help define the future of healthcare.

When you learn biomedical engineering, you’ll understand how to apply electronics and systems engineering in health and biology, along with medical instrumentation and prosthetic devices. 

A biomedical engineering degree enables your pathway to a rewarding career in diverse fields such as  medical imaging, clinics and para-clinical departments, hospitals, research and more.

When you study biomedical engineering, you won't just be helping people access the best healthcare, you'll be transforming how healthcare is delivered. Browse our courses to find detailed course information, application dates, entry requirements, fees, subjects, ATAR calculator and more. 

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  • "I wanted to make a career out of helping others but also wanted to stand out from the crowd. That’s why I came to Swinburne! I had an invaluable experience during my paid placement at Draeger, an international leader in medical technology. Now, I’m starting Swinburne’s first Biomedical Engineering Club and my journey’s just getting better and better."

    Natalie , Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) in Biomedial Engineering

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Biomedical Engineering at Swinburne

Biomedical engineering combines electronics with physiology.  At Swinburne you'll get hands-on knowledge to prepare you to start your career as soon as you graduate.

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