The Diploma in Bioengineering (DBEN) course offers multi-disciplinary training in medical technology. The balanced grounding in mechanical engineering, electrical engineering and life sciences will hone your skills in developing viable bioengineering solutions.
Our graduates are valuable assets to the rapidly advancing biomedical sciences industry that constantly churns out ground-breaking equipment and innovative procedures.
Making a difference in healthcare
MAE works closely with the Singapore Health Services Pte Ltd, National Healthcare Group and Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) in human interface technology and assistive technology. DBEN students participating in such collaborations get to work closely with doctors and scientists to improve health standards and quality of life for the infirm.
Enriching learning experience
Our collaborative projects impart first-hand knowledge in Human Interface Technology and Assistive Technology. These research and development initiatives may even begin in the first year of the course, leading seamlessly to a career in the burgeoning Bioengineering industry.
Collaborative industrial projects.
First-hand knowledge in state-of-the-art technology.
Hands-on experience through clinical projects with hospitals and research institutions.
With a broad-based curriculum including biological sciences, mechanics, programming and rehabilitation engineering, the Bioengineering course has taught me more than just engineering. It has provided me with a new perspective of what to expect out there in the medical community. I enjoy Biomechanics and Rehabilitation Engineering modules which have ignited my passion to develop medical devices that could benefit mankind.
DBEN Gold Medallist 2013
Admitted to Bioengineering in NUS
With an SP diploma everything is possible.
SP has given me not only a solid academic foundation but also an all-rounded education. Through participation in student clubs, I learned how to organise events, work in a team, and give back to the society. SP has also broadened my perspective of the world by sending me to Cambodia for a community service project.
The MAE lecturers are motivated in imparting their knowledge. They spared no effort in answering queries even after office hours. My final-year project supervisor not only guided me to excel but also inspired me to be a responsible individual in life.