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Biomedical Engineering (Microtechnologies and Electronics)

Three centuries of watchmaking in the Jura Arc Region has woven microtechnology into the region’s DNA. Its modern-day descendents are the medical technologies (medtech).

As a biomedical engineer, you design and develop medical devices that integrate multiple technologies and that must comply with the applicable regulations. These devices, implantable or not, are used for therapeutic or diagnostic purposes, for curative, preventive or predictive medicine.

Breakdown of subjects (ECTS credits)

Répartition des matière (crédits ECTS) Microtechnologies et életronique

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