BS Biomedical Electronics

BS Biomedical Electronics 4-Years Degree Program

Biomedical electronics involves the application of electronic circuits and technologies for treating medical conditions, monitoring health problems and improving the quality of life for patients.

Major advances have occurred which have led to highly sophisticated medical devices, e.g.:

  • Medical implants (cardiac defibrillators, pacemakers, deep brain neuro-stimulators, gastric stimulators, cochlear implants & insulin pumps).
  • Medical monitors (ECG, EEG, & blood pressure);
  • Diagnostic equipment (ultrasound, MRI, PET, CT, & X-ray);
  • Life support (ventilators, incubators, anaesthetic machines);
  • Surgical equipment (endoscopy & electrosurgical).

Course Structure

A blended mix of theory classes, practical experiments and laboratory sessions combined with project-based learning (PBL) elements (hands-on)with medical device equipment and software tools.

Is this course for you?

  • Learn electronic circuit design, & analysis techniques for medical devices,
  • Master problem-solving and critical thinking,
  • Knowledge of treatment methods of medical conditions & disorders,
  • Develop practical abilities in prototyping, design, & teamwork skills.

If you want to work in a high-tech industry that is advancing medical devices for state-of-the-art healthcare, then this is the course for you.

Special Features:

  • This course strikes the perfect balance between theory, practical laboratory classes (electronics/biology) and hands-on project-based learning exercises.
  • State-of-the-art laboratory equipment and resources on campus as well as computer software, tools & simulation labs, e.g. Proteus, Cadence, Vivado and MATLAB.
  • Work placement and project collaboration opportunities exist with leading global medical device companies which are based here in Ireland, examples include Boston Scientific, Medtronic, BD, Stryker, Cook Medical & Abbott.

Eligibility Criteria:

  • FSc (Pre-Medical OR Pre-Engineering) A-Level or equivalent with 50% marks
  • SCET recognized/valid aptitude test (NAT / ECAT).

Documents to be submitted:

A candidate, who is eligible for admission, must submit attested copies of the following documents:

  1. SSC or equivalent foreign qualification certificate (Two copies).
  2. HSSC or an equivalent foreign qualification certificate (Two copies).
  3. SSC Result Card (Two copies)
  4. HSSC Result Card (Two copies)
  5. CNIC/Form B of the candidate (Two copies).
  6. CNIC of Father/Spouse/Guardian (one copy).
  7. Eight Recent Passport Size color Photographs.
  8. Photocopy of Domicile.


  • It does not include the final year project, examination fees, and any traveling fees.
  • All documents / transcripts will be checked at the time of admission.
  • Any incorrect/false information submitted by the applicant or any attempt to hide information will lead to disqualification of the candidate.

Fee Structure: