With a strong base on atomic, molecular, and nano-technology, the main theme of the International in Biomedical Engineering Program from National Tsing Hua University is to develop clinical techniques and applications based on fundamental sciences such as physics, chemistry and biology; and to utilize knowledge from chemical engineering, materials science, mechanical engineering, and electrical engineering.
Furthermore, the research fields are extended from traditional tissue and organ levels to modern cellular and molecular scales by combining interdisciplinary research fields to study various critical issues, e.g., developments of polymers and nanoparticles for both ultrasonic and macrophages-mediated cancer therapy.
The goal of Biomedical Engineering is to advance fundamental understanding of biological system functions and responses in terms of physical/chemical mechanisms, and to develop effective technologies and applications to address social needs by designing novel medical materials, devices, and imaging techniques for diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of diseases.
Programme StructureCourses include:
- Bioanalytical Chemistry
- Advanced Bioconjugated Chemistry
- Drug Controlled Release
- Tissue Engineering
- Applied Optics
We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.
- An online application form
- A photocopy of diploma in English or Chinese
- Official transcripts in English or Chinese
- Statement of purpose
- Two recommendation letters
- Financial certificate
- Declaration form
- Verification of nationality
- NTD 2,100 per credit
Living costs for Hsinchu
The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.
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