Master’s of Engineering (non-thesis) in BBME – biomanufacturing concentration

Do you want to be part of a program that offers hands-on industry experience?

The co-supervising Departments of Biological & Biomedical Engineering recently launched a Master’s of Engineering (non-thesis) in BBMEbiomanufacturing concentration at McGill.

This program offers you the unique opportunity to contribute to novel healthcare solutions from both a manufacturing and engineering perspective. It also addresses the need to enhance Canada’s biomanufacturing sector and pandemic readiness by helping to develop our talent pipeline.

The program will provide you with:

  • Advanced knowledge and competencies in the rapidly evolving fields of biological and biomedical engineering.
  • Hands-on experience through projects carried out during internships to establish a solid foundation of competencies required for professional activities including agility, adaptability, teamwork, responsibility and life-long learning.


Quick facts about the program:

  1. 2 semesters of coursework focusing on biomanufacturing with emphasis on bioprocess engineering, bioreactor design, purification, analytics, current good manufacturing practice, legal and ethical aspects.
  2. 8-month internship in leading biotech firms that manufacture products such as vaccines, cell therapies, delivery systems and more.


Deadlines to apply:

  • International students: January 15, 2024 (Passed)
  • Canadian/Permanent Residents: June 21, 2024


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