MSc in Biomedical Engineering Technion International
The Faculty of Biomedical Engineering offers master’s degree programs for students who wish to integrate research methods, engineering design, and development in all areas of medicine.
The “Master of Science” (with a thesis) program provides students with broad knowledge and a high level of expertise in a particular field. Students are required to follow a specialized study program, conduct research, and submit a research thesis.
The research can be either theoretical or experimental, investigate particular phenomena in pure or experimental science, or present a more practical approach to engineering or manufacturing processes.
Scholarships and Funding
The Faculty’s scholarship policy for students is in accordance with the policy of the Graduate School.
Exemption from Tuition for Scholarship Recipients
Each scholarship portion grants a tuition exemption of 25%.
A student who receives 3 scholarship portions will receive a 75% exemption, and a student who receives 4 or more scholarship portions will receive a full exemption.
Exemption from tuition fees for students who do not receive a scholarship is granted only to mandatory service soldiers who meet the academic requirements for a scholarship.
Number of scholarship months:
Up to 24 months of scholarship.
Accumulation of 18 credits and submission of a research paper (thesis).
M.Sc students are required to complete an online course (218000) on “Research Ethics” as a condition for submitting their research topic.
Graduates of the Faculty of Biomedical Engineering must take at least one-third of their credits from courses offered by the Faculty. Graduates from other Faculties must take at least half of the credits from courses offered by the Faculty.
Deadline for Submission and Approval of Research Topic
“Regular” students will submit their research proposals at the beginning of the program (by the end of the month following the beginning of the semester).
Students with “Qualifying” status will submit their research proposals within two semesters from the beginning of the program and prior to transferring to “Regular” status.