The interdisciplinary partnerships and collaborations are what makes graduate studies at the School of Biomedical Engineering a unique and rich training experience. The research-intensive master’s and doctoral programs focus on the School’s four research pillars: biomaterials, biomechanics, imaging, and mechatronics. Our graduate programs are affiliated with the Faculties of Engineering, Health Sciences, and Science; the Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry, and London’s hospitals and hospital-based research institutes. BME master’s and
Minimum funding is $14,200/year + tuition + fees. For Canadian and permanent resident students, minimum funding is $22,857 for 2018-19.
Additionally, paid Teaching Assistantships (TAs) may be available to graduate students.
As a Western graduate student, you have access to an abundance of quality professional development opportunities, which make it simple for you to self-direct your learning and development, maximize the value of your degree, and ease your career transition.
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