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Medical Engineering and Physics in Master program in King's College, London

  1. Aug 9, 2006 #1
    Hi, everybody

    I was wondering if someone studies (has studied) Medical Engineering and Physics in Master program in King's College, London. I would appreciate if he or she commented the program, give some opinion what it is like to study there, is the program difficult and intense, exams etc?

    I will receive my BSc in spring 2007 and currently thinking to apply for Medical Engineering and Physics program in King's in 2007/08.
    The thing is that i will get my BSc outside UK and therefore I tend to think this program might be too difficult for me. The general plan is to eventually get a certificate for biomedical engineering and start to work in a hospital and the field of work would be all sorts of imaging modalities (MRI, PET, CT scan, ultrasound).
     
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