Teaching during the first term will be primarily on-campus, with changes depending on the pandemic situation.  If you are unable to attend the sessions due to reasons related to the pandemic, there will be the possibility to follow the courses remotely.  For other reasons, we cannot guarantee that possibility.

Who is behind our Master?

Barcelona, beyond being a vibrant, multi-cultural and cosmopolitan city, is the capital of one of the most thriving poles of biomedical research and innovation poles in the south of Europe. It includes worldwide well-known hospitals, research centres and academic teams on this field that, together with an increasing network of start-ups, offers an ideal environment for setting up interesting multi-disciplinary projects in biomedical engineering. 

We are a consortium of research groups at the Department of Information and Communication Technologies and the Department of Experimental and Health Sciences of the Universitat Pompeu Fabra, the leading Spanish university in research according to most rankings. Our research groups are world renowned for their scientific contributions and are also at the vanguard of technology transfer. This excellence is reflected in outstanding quality of the content we are committed to offer to the master students. The extensive network of national and international scientific collaborations of our research groups would be available to the MSc students to jointly design interesting research projects for their thesis. In fact, research projects can be co-supervised by any investigator from institutions outside the UPF, including hospitals, companies, research centres or other universities, as it has happened in the past.

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Contact us

Department of Information and Communications Technologies

Edifici Tànger (campus del Poblenou)
Tànger, 122-140
08018 Barcelona

Office 55.018

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