|University website:||Biomaterials for Tissue Engineering|
|Annual tuition (EEA)||5,500 RON|
|Annual tuition (non-EEA)||5,500 RON|
The master’s program proposed the following general objectives:
With the proposed courses - which include teaching, practice and research – the master program ensures both a fundamental and applied training in engineering sciences (especially materials science and bioengineering) and biomedical applications. The master program brings together basic and applied sciences disciplines. In the context of European requirements, it is necessary the development of trained specialists able to work in proper
conditions of safety and quality in research laboratories and bio-medical facilities, and to develop and implement new approaches in regenerative medicine, and biomaterials and tissue engineering. This program aims to combine between engineering, chemistry, materials science, biology, anatomy, physiology and physics, ensuring the development, improvement and introduction in the national and international HR staff very competitive specialists on an emerging and interesting area- medical engineering. The program directly addresses the staff working in the fields of materials engineering, regenerative medicine, development of prosthetic devices, biochemistry, pharmacy, and all those interested in the vast field of medical engineering and biomaterials for applications in tissue regeneration. Knowing the great national and international interest, new approaches and methods for obtaining, investigation and analysis of materials with biomedical applications has become a necessity acute for those working in the fields of medical engineering and regenerative medicine.