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About

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Introduction

GIBMTE delivers Master’s and PhD degree in Science.

Master studies


The Master of Science at the Graduate Institute of Biomedical Materials and Tissue Engineering (GIBMTE) of the College of Biomedical Engineering is a 2 year program (total of 30 credits). The Semester starts In September and the students are expected to graduate in June or July of the second year, after presenting their Master Thesis. In January of the second year, students should present their Master proposal in front of a committee expected to judge the progress of the research studies and provide recommendations for the completion of the MS thesis. The two Semesters of the first and second year are comprised of mandatory courses (24 Credits) as well as two semesters of electives courses (6 Credits) forming a comprehensive line of study in the BMTE field. The research work for the thesis is carried over the two years of MS (6 credits). All classes for the MS at GIBMTE are given in English.
Students are guided by a main advisor, assisted with a co-advisor. Our teaching and research philosophy is to keep a translational prospect to our research work. The advisory tandem is therefore typically comprised of a Professor with a PhD and research background, and a professor with a clinical profile understanding patients’ needs and novel developments in tissue engineering, treatments, and regenerative medicine. We also much support co-advisorship with a Foreign specialist providing a global vision of the research in the biomedical engineering field.

Structure and course flyer:


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PhD studies

The PhD of Science at the Graduate Institute of Biomedical Materials and Tissue Engineering (GIBMTE) of the College of Biomedical Engineering provides a total of xxx credits. All classes are given in English. The Semester starts In September and the students are expected to graduate within 3 or 4 years. Each year the student are requested to present their PhD progress report in front of a committee expected to judge the progress of the research studies and provide recommendations for the completion of the PhD thesis. Students are guided by a main advisor and a co-advisor. Our teaching and research philosophy is to keep a translational prospect to our research work. The advisory tandem is therefore typically comprised of a Professor with a PhD and research background, and a professor with a clinical profile understanding patients’ needs and novel developments in tissue engineering, treatments, and regenerative medicine. We also much support co-advisorship with a Foreign specialists providing a global vision of the research in the biomedical engineering field.

 

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