The Biomedical Engineering program from Near East University leads to the acquisition of advance analytical and methodological competences. 

Upon completion of the Biomedical Engineering programme, students will demonstrate the ability to:

  • apply the rules of scientific research and ethics,
  • discuss complex biomedical engineering issues as well as own research results comprehensively and in the context of current international research and present these in writing and orally,
  • solve problems by systems analytical thinking both in subject specific and interdisciplinary concepts,
  • combine specialised knowledge of various component disciplines,
  • carry out independent scientific work and organise (capacity of teamwork), conduct and lead more complex projects,
  • to assess the social and environment-related effects of their actions.


Biomedical engineering is an interdisciplinary field of study, which is a combination of fields such as engineering, medicine, material science, basic sciences and veterinary medicine. 

These interdisciplinary knowledges are applied to solve problems in medical diagnosis and therapy. Biomedical engineers work within the field of research & design, production, maintenance / repair and calibration activities of medical devices, and the life support systems. They also organize and manage health service units located in various institutions.

Producing innovative approaches to design high-tech medical devices, methods for measurements of physiological development medical data / signal, image processing and analysis, development of artificial organs are among the responsibilities of biomedical engineers.

Detailed Programme Facts

Programme Structure

Courses included:

  • Tissue and Cell Engineering
  • Advanced Biomedical Signal Processing
  • Advanced Image Processing
  • Advanced Bioinformatics
  • Biomaterials for Medical Diagnosis and Therapy
  • Advance Artificial Organs
  • Advancee Biomedical Instrumentation Techniques
  • Advanced Biomechanics
  • Applications of Artificial Neural Networks in Biomedical Engineering

English Language Requirements

This programme may require students to demonstrate proficiency in English.

General Requirements

  • Graduating from a MSc, MA or MBA level Master’s program (Min. CGPA 3.00)
  • English Proficiency: TOEFL and other Qualifications may be considered.
  • Turkish Proficiency (Required only for foreign students applying to Departments whereby the language of instruction is Turkish. 

Tuition Fee

  • International

    800 EUR/year
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International Students pay € 800/course + 5% VAT

Living costs for Mersin

  • 1360 - 1850 TRY/month
    Living Costs

The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.


  • The information at the bottom of the Conditional Acceptance Letter is very important and must be read through.  
  • The remaining tuition fee part not covered by the scholarship, 5% VAT, bench fee and thesis fees will be financed by the applicant. The Foundation Courses or Preparatory Programs (if required to take) will not be covered by the scholarship.
  • The scholarship for Ph.D. studies is only valid for 4 years. The student should exceed this duration, they are obliged to pay the necessary fees.
  • The scholarship result covers only tuition fees of Master/Ph.D. courses.

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