Russia, along with other European countries, welcomes foreign students for education for the specialty of Biomedical Engineering and Bioinformatics. You can receive a Specialist’s or Master’s degree in this specialty in a number of Russian universities engaged in the Project 5-100.
Where to Study for a Biomedical Engineer
You can receive the education as a Biomedical Engineering in the SibFU, IKBFU, I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University and others.
The Biomedical Engineering and Bioinformatics programme is also offered in the English language in the Siberian Federal University. To be admitted for this course English-level Certificate required.
Other universities offer their programmes in Russian. To receive the education of biomedical engineer in Moscow, Tyumen or Kaliningrad, the students who are not fluent enough in Russian will have to complete the preparatory language course.
Preparatory Department Courses and Biomedical Engineer Programmes
All major universities in Russia have Preparatory Department for international applicants. During training prospective students obtain language skills and profile disciplines base which needs for pass enter exams successfully. You may take:
- MSMU pre-educational courses for Bachelor’s and Master’s Programmes. For first degree it takes 10 month, for Master’s lasts for 5 month. Programmes are read in Russian, so you need to take language course before – check it here.
- IKBFU offer complex courses for Bachelor’s degree for foreigners without Russian skills. Applicant may choose direction – technics, medicine, humanitarian or other disciplines you need for enroll. Russian is studied compulsorily with the level sufficient for apply for Russian-language Bachelor’s stage. Classes starts in April or October, you may take TORFL after. Tuition fee is $1800 per year.