Find out more about our first degree, postgraduate, distance learning and doctoral training programmes, all of which have varied accreditations from the Institute of Physics, the Institute of Engineering and Technology and the Institute of Physics, Engineering and Medicine
The department offers a range of first degree and post-graduate programmes in Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering.
These include a 3 year (BSc) or 4 year (MSci) collaborative degree in Physics with Medical Physics, with the Department of Physics and Astronomy. As part of the Faculty of Engineering Integrated Engineering programme, we also offer a 3 year (BEng) or 4 year (MEng) degree in Biomedical Engineering.
At postgraduate level we offer a one year MRes programme as well as an MSc with three specialised streams in Radiation Physics, Biomedical Engineering and Medical Image Computing.
We also offer a Research Degree in Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering.
Our courses have varied accreditations from the Institute of Physics. the Institute of Engineering Technologies and the Institute of Physics Engineering and Medicine.
Our undergraduate students are taught in small, intimate classes by the leading experts in their field, many of whom have active collaborations with clinicians and scientists in nearby teaching hospitals
Our postgraduate taught courses are offered both as a traditional on-campus course and via distance-learning. Students can specialise in Radiation Physics, Biomedical Engineering and Medical Image Computing.
Our PhD programme involves 3–4 years of original research supervised by a senior member of the department. At any one time the department has around 60-80 PhD students from a variety of disciplines