Master of Engineering (Biomedical with Business)
- CRICOS Code: 069275C
- 3 years full time / 6 years part time
- On Campus (Parkville)
- Available to domestic and international students.
- Start year intake – February and mid-year intake – July
Meet future health challenges with the Master of Engineering (Biomedical with Business) at Australia’s leading university*. Gain the specialist skills required to create new medical treatments, surgical instruments and devices.
* Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2019
Business and engineering: a powerful combined skillset
Take business subjects co-developed with experts at Melbourne Business School that are tailored for the engineering profession. You’ll build a powerful skillset that will set you apart in industry, blending advanced biomedical engineering expertise with key skills in economics, marketing and finance.
Learn from world leading experts
Be guided by academics in bionics, human movement, prosthetics and tissue engineering who have worked on ground-breaking innovations including: the bionic eye, implants to help control epilepsy, using virtual reality to treat real-world injuries and tissue regeneration for patients recovering from breast cancer.
Industry aligned curriculum
Get involved with industry projects, attend site visits at the Parkville medical precinct and focus on real-world problem-based challenges with industry mentors.
Learn how to bring a medical device to market, working with Master of Business Administration (MBA) students and medical sector mentors, through our BioDesign Innovation subject.
Internationally recognised qualification
Access engineering careers around the world with dual accreditation in the Master of Engineering.
World class facilities
We’re home to Australia’s leading VR biomechanical facility, CAREN (Computer Assisted Rehabilitation Environment) focused on improving our understanding of human movement and rehabilitation.
Guaranteed CSPs for Melbourne graduates
Domestic students who have completed a Bachelor degree at the University of Melbourne, with a weighted average mark of 65%, are guaranteed a CSP in the Master of Engineering, provided that both the program entry requirements and CSP eligibility requirements are met.
Domestic students enrolled in a Graduate Degree Package into the Master of Engineering will also receive a CSP .