Biomedical Engineering

This course aims at helping our students with understanding of "how" and "why" the Biomedical Engineering program works. With the lab experiments and detailed lessons our students will acquire and/or upgrade their understanding of biomedical machinery, and use and apply basic science principles to adapt to the data from unfamiliar sorts of tech.

Admission information

Place of study: ETU "LETI", Department of Biotechnical Systems

Language: English

Duration: 2 weeks

Winter School:

1st intake: 20 January – 02 February, 2020
2nd intake: 03 – 16 February, 2020

Summer School: 01 July – 14 July, 2019

Outcome: ETU "LETI" certificate, 4 ECTS

Requirements: first-year undergraduate knowledge on Biomedical Engineering or similar programs

Tuition fees:
25000 RUR

(∼360-380 USD)

(∼320-330 Euro)

includes training, excursion program, study materials, migration support.

Key points

  1. A good option for those who want to upgrade professional knowledge through foreign experience;
  2. The students get 2 weeks of various practice, all the learning materials, and access to Unversity’s special labs;
  3. Experienced teachers, who have taught BME on international levels for years.


Module 1 - Computer Analysis of Biomedical Signals

Module 2 - Electronics and Beam Robots in Biomedical Engineering

Module 3 - Using of Modern Technologies in Rehabilitation and Prosthetics

Module 4 - The Secrets of Successful Science and Innovation Projects in Biomedical Engineering

Master’s degree program "Systems and Technologies in Digital Healthcare"

There is a possibility to obtain the Master’s degree by applying for the full-time program Systems and Technologies in Digital Healthcare​ 


Students receive knowledge of modeling in prosthetics and designing rehabilitation bioengineering systems. They get skills of practical work with modern technologies and systems for disabled patient examination, ability of carrying out scientific research during the development of new systems for rehabilitation. The program is done in collaboration with the Department of Applied Mechanics and Engineering Graphics of SPSETU. The basis of the program was created in 2006 as Tempus Joint Project “Developing capability in Orthotic and Prosthetic Education for the Russian Federation” in close collaboration with University of Salford.

About the Department

The department of Bioengineering Systems was established in 1962 and it was the 1st department in the country that started training of certified specialists in the field of biomedical engineering. The Department was established to train specialists of a wide medical and technical profile, capable of developing, producing and maintaining modern medical devices and systems, including medical and telemedical information systems.

Yulia O. Bobrova

Program coordinator

PhD, assistant at the Department of Bioengineering Systems

Zafar M. Yuldashev

PhD, Head of Department of Bioengineering Systems, professor of technical science, honorary worker in the sphere of professional education

Alexander N. Kalinichenko

PhD, professor of technical science





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