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Digital Health & Medical Technologies

Introduction
This programme is run by 3U which is a partnership between DCU, Maynooth University and RCSI.

This new programme will produce engineers capable of designing and developing electronic devices and systems for the medical and healthcare communities. These individuals will become flexible technologists who can work within the health services, hospitals and indigenous and international companies, providing products and services to frontline medical and healthcare providers.

This exciting new programme will produce engineers capable of designing and developing electronic devices and systems for the medical and healthcare communities. These individuals will become flexible technologists who can work within the health services, hospitals and indigenous and international companies, providing products and services to frontline medical and healthcare providers.

Through this programme, graduates with a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Electronic Engineering (or cognate disciplines) will extend their engineering skills and technical knowledge to work in partnership with healthcare clinicians and other medical experts − thereby acquiring a grounding in the culture, philosophy and language of the healthcare profession. The graduates would be expected to develop strong skills in negotiating the clinical/technology interface.

Entry requirements

Minimum H2.1 (or 60% from Bachelor programme) in Electronic Engineering, Computer Science, or a cognate discipline.

Duration

2 years full-time. This is a full-time course of 3 semesters over 2 academic years.

Careers or further progression

Careers
The graduates of this Masters of Engineering in Digital Health and Medical Technologies programme will be building and creating new tools and solutions to solve relevant problems facing the healthcare sector today.

Further enquiries

Noel Murphy
e: Noel.Murphy@dcu.ie

Application date

Dates for Submission of Applications for September 2017

The following PAC closing dates apply:

EU Applicants:
Apply online through the Postgraduate Applications Centre (http://www.pac.ie/dcu) by 24th July 2017.

Non EU Applicants:
Apply online through the Postgraduate Applications Centre (http://www.pac.ie/dcu) by 26th June 2017. Applicants who require a study visa for the purposes of gaining entry into Ireland are advised to apply as early as possible.

Course fee

EU fees are €7,000. Non-EU fees are €14,000.

Enrolment and start dates

Next Programme Commencing: September 2017.

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