Biomedical Engineering students 

The recent rapid progress in the natural sciences and in engineering has enabled the use of engineering tools to answer many questions that have troubled humanity since its very beginnings. Ultra-fast and ultra-powerful supercomputers, the mapping of the human genome, interfaces that connect directly to the brain, nanotechnology-driven molecular-sized implants, and fast internet-based communication technologies are but a few of the many new technologies that are quickly becoming widely available. 

Students in the Department of Biomedical Engineering receive extensive training in both the medical and engineering fields. The aim is to train engineers who will be able to conduct – and lead – research and development projects in both the University research environment and the dynamic high-tech world, as well as to develop and provide support for engineering equipment in hospitals. Responsibility for training biomedical engineers is shared by the Faculties of Health Sciences and Engineering. Students take courses in both faculties, gaining broad basic knowledge, as well as more specific skills in those areas that are essential for a biomedical engineer. 

The M.Sc. program is a two year thesis (research) track program.

For further information, please visit the Biomedical Engineering website


M.Sc. Requirements:

  • » B.Sc. degree in Biomedical Engineering or in closely related fields at a minimum GPA of 80/100 (according to the Israeli grading system).

  • » A TOEFL score of 85/120 or an equivalent score in an internationally recognized English proficiency exam is required. The English proficiency requirement is waived for applicants who received their B.Sc. degree in a program taught in English.

  • » GRE is recommended but not required.

  • » Additionally, prior to applying to the M.Sc. program, the applicant should contact a potential advisor among the Biomedical Engineering department faculty members. In order to assist you in finding an advisor, please visit the BGU Research Portal.​


Mandatory documents for preliminary consideration:

  • » A copy of the applicant's undergraduate diploma

  • » A copy of the applicant's academic transcripts

  • » A Copy of the applicant's  TOEFL/IETLS score

  • » Two Letters of recommendation from faculty members who are familiar with the applicant's academic work and skills. These should be sent by the recommender directly to

  • » A copy of the first page of your passport

  • » Your ranking in your department's graduating class (if applicable)

  • » A copy of your CV


Please note: original documents must be presented upon arrival in Israel