Biomedical Engineering (M.E.Sc.)Western University
About this program
Biomedical Engineering (M.E.Sc.)
All programs are thesis-driven research degrees; a combination of course-work and research. Program infrastructure is modeled after existing degrees at Western and include: • Coursework that facilitates student focus on research excellence • Choice of thesis supervisor to provide financial and personal support and research experience • Supervisory committee (interdisciplinary guidance from engineering and medicine representatives) • Thesis requirements and an examination process that will encourage students to achieve their full scientific potential.
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About this institute
The Western University (previously named the University of Western Ontario a.k.a. UWO) was founded in 1878 in London, Canada. Over the years, Western has grown in reputation and size to become an internationally recognized teaching and research institution. Western has...
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