SNIES: 107317| Qualified registration: Resolution 013836 of August 15, 2018

Biomedical engineering is a discipline that applies the principles of engineering to understand, solve and create solutions to problems of human and animal health through the use of technology.

Our Biomedical Engineering program is based on practices, rotations, experiential activities with the environment and teamwork, through strategies of innovation, design, co-creation, and entrepreneurship.

We sharpen the vocation of our students by immersing in professional environments to deepen and apply their knowledge acquired during their educational process.

We start from our three stages of training (exploration, decision and specialization) to promote a development consistent with global trends and University projects.

In the exploration we present the learning in basic sciences of engineering and health. In the decision, our students receive a training offer that will allow them to refine their professional vocation. And in the specialization we put the knowledge into action through deepening and experimentation, to discover new interests in the disciplines of the area.

We design a competency-based approach with emphasis on communicative processes, ethical balance, teamwork and the development of the person and the citizen.

Enter the study plan – curriculum

Know our rates and dates
Enrollment: Until Thursday, January 23, 2020
Interview: You will find the information on the registration credential that will be sent to the email you registered. In case you do not get the complete information, you can contact the faculty and request it
Admission results: You can check if you were admitted on our website or by calling the faculty of the chosen program
Duration of the program: 9 semesters (4.5 years)
Tuition payment: you will get your registration payment by email where you will find information on dates, value and payment methods
Start of classes: January 27, 2020
Cost of registration PIN: $ 170,000 COP
Academic credit cost: $ 462,000 COP
*The cost of the semester depends on the number of credits that are enrolled.

Learn about our enrollment requirements:

Enlarged and legible identity document.
Recent color photo with white background, size 3 × 4.
Scores of grades 9, 10, 11 and 12 (if the latter applies).
Copy of the high school diploma.
If you have not graduated from high school, attach proof that you are currently in your last year.
Test scores of “CFES or SABER 11 °”. If you do not have the scores of the test, enclose the citation to the examination or proof of being enrolled to them.
Certificate of affiliation to a health system (EPS) or prepaid medicine.

Head of Program
Carolina Londoño Peláez
E-mail: clondono@ces.edu.co
Phone: (57) (4) 444 05 55 Ext. 1454

Do you want to know more? Write us

Academic and internationalization coordinator
Diego Alejandro Velásquez Puerta
E-mail: dvelasquez@ces.edu.co
Phone: (57) (4) 444 05 55 Ext. 1549

Applicant
profile

If you are passionate about studying human beings, their movement and health, our program is for you.

Seedbed
of applicants

To start a new learning experience we offer you our seedbed of applicants.

Graduate
profile

We train professionals of high technical and scientific level, with solid bases in basic sciences, biology, engineering and health.

• People motivated by a major that integrates engineering with health and biology. Interested in the study of living beings and in improving their quality of life and their direct environment.

• With a capacity to be amazed at the various developments in all fields of science, restless about observation, innovation, research and business creation.

• With a capacity to be amazed at the various developments in all fields of science, restless about observation, innovation, research and business creation.

• People with high service capability and sense of solidarity, sensitive to disability, respectful of diversity, critical thinking and commitment to apply their knowledge for the benefit of society.

• Be suitable for teamwork, have leading attitudes with excellent interpersonal relationships, responsible and with skills to interact in national and international environments.

• People with capacities and aptitudes to face the academic requirement that they will face not only throughout the major but in their professional life.

We develop this seedbed so that those who do it can know the new lines of performance in the area of health from engineering, applying creativity and design to improve the quality of life of people and animals.

Our goal is that the new generation gets to know us and can:

  • Explore different health activities that allow interaction with engineering.
  • Promote a space for young leaders to meet and learn to work as a team to solve health problems.

Themes:
• Introduction to health and engineering.

• How can an engineer who likes health work?
• Bioengineering, nanotechnology.
• Tissue engineering: stem cells, regeneration of organs and tissues.
• Personalized medicine: genomics, proteomics and bioinformatics.
• Human factors and rehabilitation engineering.
• Support technologies for disability.
• Technology management: how technology can help me improve health.
• Design thinking: innovation applied to health.
• Visit the Veterinary and Zootechnics Center – CVZ- for practice in animal rehabilitation.

Our graduated engineers have a high resolution capacity, a solid human formation supported by values such as ethics, respect, tolerance, social responsibility and discipline, which will allow them to develop their life project and at the same time contribute to the development of the society.

They stand out for being innovative, for their ability to integrate knowledge in problem solving analytically, working as a team and leading multidisciplinary groups.

They are able to participate in the generation and development of knowledge in biomedical engineering with research, innovation and entrepreneurship projects to contribute to society.

Degree
requirements

Know the necessary requirements to access the degree process of our University.

Our
Campus

Know our facilities, benefits and services we have for you.

Financing and
scholarships

We offer financing options and scholarships to our students with entities in agreement.

In order to graduate, you must:
1.
Approve all the subjects of the study plan and the specific requirements for each program, reported in the minutes by the Promotions Committee.
2. Present the current tests that the State determines as of mandatory compliance.

3. Fulfill the requirement of a second language as stated in the agreement of the Superior Council.
4. Present certificate of attendance to the CES Chair.
5. Present the payment of the degree rights, established by the Administrative Committee.
6. Approve grade work
7. Be in good standing with the University in every respect.

At CES University we look after the welfare of our students, and that is why we have developed physical, social, sports and cultural spaces so that the educational community can access them at any time.

Our campus has an infrastructure of 3 buildings with parking, green areas, more than 15 restaurants, accessibility ramps, coliseum and sports areas for squash, table tennis, billiards, video games, and gym, among others. Know our campus

For financing we have agreements with:

CES Educational Strengthening Program
SUFI
Bank of Bogotá
ICETEX
Sapience Fund
Pichincha Bank
Fincomercio (Fincoeducar)
National Savings Fund (NSF)
Itaú
Helm Bank

We have our own scholarships and in partnership with the following entities:

Foundations
Business
Public entities

Our teachers

Exchange from
another university

You chose us for your exchange, learn about the process and the requirements to fulfill. More

Exchange to
another university

Live the experience of expanding your knowledge in Colombia or the world. More

External
transfer

We open the doors for you to complete your academic training with us. More

Research
and innovation

We promote activities that impact and project scientific, social and environmental aspects. More

Laboratories
and Simulation

We take the theoretical activities to scenarios that resemble real places and situations. More

Business
practice

We leave the classroom to put our knowledge into practice in real life. More

University
welfare

We offer spaces and programs for the personal and collective development of the CES community. More

Legal information of the program

Name of the program:
Biomedical Engineering

Faculty:
Faculty of Engineering

Modality of the program:
Presence – based

Type of program:
Undergraduate

SNIES Code:
107317

Qualified registration:
Resolution 013836 of August 15, 2018

City:
Medellin

Title granted:
Bio-medical engineer

Duration:
4 and a half years (9 semesters)

Academic credit cost:
$462.000 COP

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