Learning Outcomes

The catalogue of EMMBIOME learning outcomes is a combination of academic skills and core competences specific to biomedical engineering studies with horizontal skills including professional tools required in the labor market segments graduates seek employment. A student, upon successful completion of the joint master’s in biomedical engineering, will have:

•  Design of biomedical equipment and devices, as well as machines for diagnosing medical disease;

•  Install, adjust, maintain, repair, or provide technical support for biomedical equipment;

•  Gathered skills and knowledge in bioinformatics and artificial intelligence;

•  Gathered skills and knowledge in nano/biomaterials and tissue engineering;

•  Gathered skills and knowledge in computational mechanics applied to biomechanics, fluid dynamics;

•  Gained up-to-date expert knowledge in data acquisition and analysis, simulation, and system identification;

•  Developed an understanding of fundamentals of human anatomy and physiology;

•  Gathers skills and knowledge related to cells and metabolic processes, structural biology, biophysics and enzymology, together with analytics in biochemistry and biomedicine;

•  Gained experiences in designing and addressing complex and original research questions and be able to independently evaluate research processes and results;

•  Acquired competence to evaluate the relevance of disciplinary as well as multi-/inter- /transdisciplinary approaches to specific research questions including the ability to position his/her own work in the field of studies;

•  Gained up-to-date expert knowledge in a specific area linking his/her disciplinary with transdisciplinary perspectives and specifying his/her individual profile;

•  Gathered experience in the occupational sphere shaping his/her professional profile and employability;

•  Practical expertise to present and structure a research in academic English based on enhanced reading and writing skills;

•  Gathered competence to design a research agenda, to develop research projects and to conduct them in a self-reflexive manner in a diverse team;

•  The ability to condense and visualise work results in order to present it to various audiences;

•  Developed competence in self-management including the ability to prioritize, set goals and make decisions in individual and group work processes;

•  Developed competence to initiate, lead and/or participate in team work in inter/transcultural contexts orienting themselves in unfamiliar areas, countries and contexts;