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Field of study:

Biomedical Engineering

Level of studies:

first-cycle studies

Mode of study:

Full-time studies

Date of commencement of studies:

October 2019


Faculty of Chemistry

Level of qualification according to the European and national qualifications frameworks:

full qualification at the 6th level of the Polish Qualifications Framework

Professional title obtained by the graduate:


Learning profile:

general academic profile

Number of semesters:


Number of ECTS credits:

  • 135 - Field of study: Biomedical Engineering
  • 211 - Profile: Informatics in Medicine
  • 181 - Stream: Medical Physics
  • 211 - Profile: Medical Physics
  • 211 - Profile: Electronics in Medicine
  • 186 - Stream: CHEMIA W MEDYCYNIE
  • 242 - Profile: Chemistry in Medicine

Work placement:

4 weeks, 2 p. ECTS.
Student work placement is conducted in accordance with the Faculty Regulations for work placement. It is an integral part of the study program and is subject to credit.

Graduation requirements:

Obtaining the learning outcomes and the required number of ECTS credits specified in the study program, completing the internship provided for in the study program, and passing the diploma exam.

Graduate profile and further learning opportunities:

A graduate of Biomedical Engineering has practical knowledge in the field of bio-measurements and bio-signals, microsystems, telemedicine, modeling of biomedical systems, information and communication techniques in medical applications, biomechanics, basics of physics and chemistry in medicine, but also basics of anatomy and physiology, with a focus on modern methods of diagnosis, therapy and rehabilitation. He/she is prepared for operation, design and research in new technical systems for medicine; for diagnosis, monitoring, rehabilitation and therapy planning. May work in clinical engineering or medical physics professions. He is prepared to implement health care information systems, telemedicine systems, to integrate hardware and software. His areas of interest include diagnostic equipment, information and telemedicine systems, biomechanics applications, biomaterials applications, tissue engineering, artificial organs and many other medical technology challenges. The spectrum of skills for a graduate of this major is so broad that they can easily find employment in business, service, and science, not just in biomedical engineering. Biomedical engineers are especially sought after by research and development centers, companies that manufacture products and software, and companies that provide medical services. There are also laboratories, including analytical laboratories, hospitals, health care units, outsourcing companies, administration and large corporations such as Siemens or Philips, but also Intel or Cisco. Graduates are also prepared for employment in spin-off companies, where the results of scientific research and theses are implemented. They are also prepared to set up their own companies, as the market for specialized products in the field of health system applications is extremely susceptible to any novelties and bold initiatives. Graduates are prepared to undertake second-degree studies.

Person responsible for the study programme:

dr hab. inż. Ewa Wagner-Wysiecka
(58) 347 23 59
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