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Bioengineering at the University of Sheffield is an innovative and technology-driven subject. With a passion for improving lives, we use engineering techniques to analyse and solve some of the most important questions in biology and medicine today. Our world leading research informs our teaching to produce highly employable, multi-skilled graduates.

Undergraduate study

Image: studentIt’s an exciting time to be a bioengineer. Our degrees will equip you with the skills and knowledge you need in order to excel and prepare you for the world of work. Find out which of our five courses is right for you.

Undergraduate degrees

Postgraduate study

Image: engineering in the labSpecialise with a masters course taught by experts in materials science and medicine, or dental materials science. Or further your career with a PhD or MPhil in bioengineering and related fields.

Postgraduate degrees

World leading academics

Image: Professor John HaycockYou'll be taught by academics at the cutting-edge of bioengineering research, leaders in their field who are here to support, guide and inspire you throughout your studies.

Our academic staff

Find out more

come and see usThe best way to find out about our courses is to attend an open day. Alternatively, get in touch with our dedicated team who are here to answer any questions you may have.

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A multidisciplinary approach

In the competitive jobs market, employers want people with broad skills from a multidisciplinary background who can address a range of different issues. That’s where bioengineering at Sheffield is unique. We adopt a truly multidisciplinary approach, utilising the expertise of academics from across the faculties of Engineering, Science and Medicine to teach on our degrees. Find out more about our contributing departments:

Automatic Control and Systems Engineering Cardiovascular Science Chemical and Biological Engineering Computer Science
Electronic and Electrical Engineering Materials Science and Engineering Mechanical Engineering