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Biomedical Engineering Scholarships

Biomedical Engineering Scholarships, 2018-2019

This page lists some of the prominent biomedical engineering scholarships that are specifically geared towards international and home students. Biomedical engineering (BME) is the application of engineering ideology and design theories to medicine and biology for healthcare purposes. Biomedical engineering has recently come out as its own study, compared to many other engineering fields.

Biomedical engineers need considerable knowledge of both engineering and biology. Most probably they must have a Master’s (M.S., M.Tech, M.S.E., or M.Eng.) or a Doctoral (Ph.D.) degree in BME (Biomedical Engineering) or another branch of engineering with considerable potential for BME overlap.

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Career Prospects
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Biomedical Engineers are expected to have excellent job prospects and earning potential in the near future.

In 2008, the annual average salary for biomedical engineers was $77,400. The middle fifty percent earned between $59,420 and $98,830. The lowest ten percent earned less than $47,650 and the highest ten percent earned more than $121,970.

Listed below are the opportunities for the students of biomedical engineering programs.

UA Undergraduate Biomedical Engineering Scholarship 
The University of Alabama is offering biomedical engineering programs for undergraduate students to study at the college of engineering. Students in receipt of national merit or national achievement awards automatically qualify for an engineering leadership award of $2,500 per year for four years.

Faculty Undergraduate Scholarships in the UK, 2017-2018
The University of Sheffield is inviting applications for faculty undergraduates available to all international students starting their studies in September 2015. The worth £2,000 (Arts and Humanities and the School of Law) and £2,500 (Engineering and Science) per year each. The awards will take the form of a tuition fee reduction. The fund will be awarded unconditionally in the first year of studies. Prior to the study, the award is subject to achievement of 60% overall average marks. The application deadlines for admission are 15 January for UK/EU students and 30 June for international students.

Master Grants for Students of Developing Countries in Belgium
Ghent University offers master grants to candidates in developing countries who wish to pursue a master’s degree at Ghent University. They are awarded for a period of study with a maximum of 2 years. In the case of a two-year programme, the program will only be paid for the full term if the student successfully completes the first year of the programme. The grant consists of insurance, an allowance of 1000 euro per month, an installation fee of 500€ and a refund of the yearly tuition fee with a maximum of 105€.

PAMAPS Postgraduate Scholarship
Applications are invited from African Medical and Dental Doctors for Postgraduate Academic Mobility for African Physicians-Scientists project. The PAMAPS Project is a mobility programme in the area of postgraduate medical academic specialities. Educations are available to individuals who studied medicine, dentistry and purity clinical-related specialities to pursue postgraduate academic degree outside their country of birth/nationalities.

University of Wisconsin-Madison Biomedical Engineering Scholarships
The University of Wisconsin-Madison is funding the biomedical engineering front.  Programs are awarded to students admitted to a degree-granting department. Biomedical engineering funds are available for sophomore, junior, senior and currently enrolled engineering students only. Students must have been admitted into BME to be eligible to apply.

Georgia Engineering Foundation Biomedical Engineering Scholarships
The Georgia Engineering Foundation is pleased to provide opportunities to new, uppercase and undergraduate students of the resident college of Georgia. Annual Awards range from $1,000 to $5,000 and 35 to 50 awards may be provided each year.

Faculty of Engineering Rural Biomedical Engineering Scholarships
Applications for graduate students of Australia are open to study engineering programs at the University of New South Wales. A large number of biomedical engineering education studies will be offered. These biomedical engineering Funded Studies will be offered for up to four years. In 2015, the amount is $11,000 per annum.

BMES Distinguished Achievement Award
The BMES specific achievement award is provided every year for a person, company, charitable foundation or non-academic institutions, who have made a great contribution in the field of biomedical engineering. The award recipient will get a complimentary registration for the annual meeting, a plaque, $ 2,000 stipend and travel expenses up to $ 1,250.

BMES Diversity Award in Biomedical Engineering
BMES Diversity Award honors a person, project, organization or organization for outstanding contributions to improving gender and racial diversity in biomedical engineering. This award consists of $1,000 check, a plaque, complimentary registration for the BMES Annual Meeting, and travel expenses up to $1,000.

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