|Nominal duration||2 years (120 ECTS)|
|Awards||MSc (Master of Biomedical Engineering)|
|Tuition fee||€4,000.00 per year
Citizens of Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, China, Moldova, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, and Uzbekistan may apply for special scholarships.
|Application fee||€100.00 one-time
Payable within 2 weeks from the application submission by transferring it to the KTU bank account. Non-refundable. Bank details will be provided during application.
Undergraduate diploma (or higher)
• a university Bachelor’s degree(min. length – 180 ECTS) in biomedical/biophysics/electronics/informatics engineering with a good average grade (min. CGPA>60%),
• motivation (skype interview),
• proficiency in English: IELTS ≥6.0, TOEFL ≥85, CEFR ≥C1, or equivalent.
The entry qualification documents are accepted in the following languages: English / Russian.
Often you can get a suitable transcript from your school. If this is not the case, you will need official translations along with verified copies of the original.
The documents must be legalised (Apostille)by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the country where the documents were issued. This requirement does not apply for the documents issued in the EU and Belarus, Ukraine.
You must take verified copies of the entry qualification documents along with you when you finally go to the university.
The accepted student must bring all notary verified documents which were submitted during the application as well as their originals upon arrival or send before:
International Studies Office
You will also need Police Clearance Certificate (non-criminal record) from all countries you have lived before arriving to Lithuania for more than 6 months. We recommend to take Police Clearance Certificate not earlier than 1 month before departure.
If your previous studies have been fully in English and it is marked on your degree certificate or transcript, or noted in a confirmation from the school which confirms that your studies have been fully in English language, additional English test may not be required (the latter is not applied to those who graduated in Bangladesh, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, etc.)
If an applicant does not have any official test, online examination may be organised by KTU.
Aging population poses difficult challenges to the health care system; Biomedical Engineering is helpful in finding solutions for those challenges. During studies the students deepen their theoretical knowledge and develop their research skills for development and improvement of the equipment for medical diagnostics, therapy and health monitoring. The graduates work in the industry of medical devices, research centres, state regulation institutions.
Partners: Lund, Lithuanian Health Sciences, Vilnius universities, Health Telematics Science Institute
Key words: biophysics, biomedical electronics, biomedical signal and image, equipment
Projects: robotic arm for disabled people
Analysis of Biomedical Issues, Interdisciplinary Knowledge
Systems of Human Physiology
Radiation Protection and Safety
Practical Experience of Work with Medical Equipment
Medical Electronic Equipment
Medical Informatics Systems
Development and Design of Medical Equipment
Interaction of Human and Computer Technology
Visualisation Methods in Medicine
Ultrasonic Medical Diagnostics
Biomedical Converter Technologies
Digital Processing of Biomedical Signals
Processing and Analysis of Biomedical Images
Design of Digital Systems
Medical Telemetry Systems
Knowledge and Experience of Scientific and Research Work
Methodology of Biomedical Engineering
Research project 1
Research project 2
Master Final Project
Leading specialist of clinical engineering at the hospitals; work at biomedical research institutions; engineering work at high technologies companies, which develop and produce medical devices; expert-consultant at the hospitals and state regulation institutions and agencies; marketing, sales, testing and operation of medical equipment.
"Successful work at our company requires interdisciplinary knowledge and skills: technical and technologies of medical devices, as well as human physiology and communication. The ability to study independently is very important. Medical devices change and evolve very rapidly, which requires a constant interest and improvement in professional area." – UAB "Graina", Director, Arūnas Padvariškis.
"Biomedical Engineering study programme provided theoretical knowledge and practical skills for a successful beginning of work at the advanced company providing and operating complex medical equipment for biochemical laboratories, ultrasonic and X-ray systems." – UAB "Graina", Engineer, Vytautas Vizbara, graduate of 2014.