The Biomedical Engineering - Bioengineering and Innovation in Neuroscience programme at University of Paris is based on an educational policy that fosters both an interdisciplinary, international perspective as well as the students’ initiative.It combines the top-level and complementary expertise of three partners: engineering science represented by three engineering schools within PSL (Chimie ParisTech, ESPCI Paris and Mines ParisTech) and Arts et Métiers on one hand, and biomedical and health science at Université de Paris, on the other hand.Teaching faculty comes mostly from the partner institutions. Guest lecturers include hospital clinicians (APHP), and researchers from other schools and universities as well as from private companies (e.g. GE Healthcare, Philips Healthcare, Renault, Sanofi, Thalès, Materialise Medical, etc.).The programme
The 1st year is a common path for all BME students (with individualized choices of courses according to their background).
In 2nd year, students can choose between 5 paths, one of them being bioengineering and innovation in Neurosciences (BIN). The BIN track is designed for engineering school students, and for university students having a robust initial training in basic science or medicine. Courses will mesh engineering, mathematics, and computer concepts with molecular, cellular and systems neuroscience.
The Bioengineering and Innovation in Neuroscience (BIN) training program, like the other tracks of the BME PARIS master’s program, leaves a wide part to interdisciplinarity. It is designed both for engineering school students, and for university students having a robust initial training in basic science or medicine. Courses will mesh engineering, mathematics, and computer concepts with molecular, cellular and systems neuroscience.
- The interdisciplinary training and experience acquired through the BIN track provide employment opportunities in numerous professional fields, such as the medical device industry (for medical bioimaging, or advanced sensory and motor remediation), or the pharmaceutical, cosmetics and chemical industries (drug design, biosensors), as well as robotics, or defense, sport, automobile, aviation and videogame industries. The BIN track can also lead to a PhD thesis in an academic or industrial research laboratory, and subsequently to an academic career in the medical or scientific fields.
Programme StructureCourses include:
- Sensory supplementation
- From real to artificial neurons, and back
- Deep learning and neurocomputational projects
- Machine Learning for Bioimaging
- Muscular System Modeling
- BioMedical Modeling
We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.
We are not aware of any English requirements for this programme.
- Having obtained or being in the process of validating a Licence 3 or a Bachelor’s degree (science related) or being a physiotherapist or a 4th year student in a physiotherapist school
- NB. Even if the Bachelor’s degree is a 4 or 5 year program as it is the case in some countries, students must apply for the 1st year of this program. Students may enter directly the 2nd year of the program under certain condition listed on the program website.
- Certified C1 level in English
International3770 EUR/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 3770 EUR per year during 24 months.
EU/EEA243 EUR/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 243 EUR per year during 24 months.
Living costs for Paris
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