Enseignant responsable: Miquel Aguirre et Claire Morin

The master provides the skills and knowledge connected to the activities of R&D in the biomedical. Admission to the master requires M1 in sciences or an equivalent Bachelor degree.

The programme gives preference to engineering students without a biomedical background who want to get a position at the interface of engineering and health, or continue with a PhD in the domain.
Language: 80-90% of courses are taught in English. Yet, some of the courses are still in French
Location: Most of the courses are taught at Centre Ingénierie et Santé (CIS), next to Centre Hospitalier Universitaire (CHU) de Saint Étienne at Saint Priest en Jarez (tram stop “Hôpital Nord”, T1, T3).
Note: due to the specific circumstances of the covid-19 pandemic, many classes of the 2020-2021 promotion will take place remotely (see links below)