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Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering.
Ibero-American University
Mexico City


Degree: Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering.
Program Language: Spanish
Admission Semester: Winter (January)Summer (June)
Start Date: January Intake
Program Duration: 8 semesters

Fees

Semester Tuition Fees: 3450 Euro
Other Fees: Admission charge and processing charge excluded from tuition fees
Cost of living: 300 -400 Euro / month
Job opportunities: Part time job opportunities available for students
Funding opportunities within the university: Scholarships available

Program details

Educational organisation: Universidad Iberoamericana
Study abroad: Opportunities available
Internships: Opportunities available
Form of assessment: GPA Grade
ECTS credits: Each course in the program (Elective & Prerequisites) command a certain amount of credit points
Program objectives: Biomedical Engineering.

Minimum cost of living

Accomodation: 130 - 280 Euro / month
Food: 70 Euro / month
Cost of living: 50 Euro / month
Transportation: Free, the University offers shuttles

Requirements

Language requirements: Spanish Proficiency
Academic requirements:

-High school Diploma And Transcript

-A-level Certificate

-Birth Certificate

-Pass the entry examination

Documents:

1. High school Diploma and transcript

2. Passport Copy

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Arrival support: Support Available -Provided by the University
Services and support for international students: Support Available -Provided by the University
Accomodation

*Off-Campus options available

*On-Campus options available


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About Ibero-American University:

Universidad ESAN is a developmental private university that was founded in 1963 in the country of Peru. The University has an extensive list of former students who have become great people in the country and region.

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About Mexico:

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