What is Biomedical Engineering?
Biomedical engineering is the use of up-to-the-minute technology in human biology. Biomedical engineers are ‘life savers’, they discover new ways to treat medical conditions using things like micro robotic machines and bionic instruments.
Studying Biomedical Engineering at UNSW
If you are passionate about biomedical engineering we would love to welcome you to our internationally recognised school contributing to the global frontier of education and research in the field. Our programs are truly inspiring and draw from a large pool of biomedical engineering talent.
Research
Recognised as the pre-eminent biomedical engineering school in Australia, the Graduate School of Biomedical Engineering (GSBmE) is internationally renowned for excellence in research into both Bionics, Biomonitoring & Modelling and Biomaterials and tissue engineering.

Latest News & Events

Dean's Awards 2014
26 March 2014

Six Biomedical Engineering students have won Dean's Awards for academic performance.  Evelyn Foster and Gavin Tam have won for the first time.  Daniel Yang and Joy Zhang have now won twice in a row.  And Vivian Ho and Tim Lee have just scored a... read more

Taste of Research Poster Comp Winners Announced
17 February 2014

As the summer draws to a close our illustrious taste of research students can reflect on their time at Biomed.

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In Profile - Jacqueline Smith

Jacqueline Smith - Overseas exchange student in biomedical engineering

BMatSciE / MBiomedE
I got to study Materials Science at Iowa State University; one of America's top 15 universities in science and technology. I was also able to experience university life in America; playing in the marching band, living in an American college dorm, and travelling around the country. It has opened my eyes to the possibilities for overseas work and travel as a Biomedical Engineer.