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Bioengineering Personal Statement Examples
Our bioengineering personal statement examples will inspire you to write your own statement and help you understand why other bioengineering students have been successful in applying for courses in the past.
"Scientists investigate that which already is. Technologists create that which has never been." I chose engineering as a life pursuit because I wish to engage in both. This choice was enhanced by a personal yearning to apply all that I learn; I wanted to be able to implement my physical and mathematical abilities in real life situations...
I think that applying engineering techniques to the human body is a fascinating, absorbing and rewarding endeavour with many potential benefits for health care.
Designing a device as simple as a syringe can result in massive impacts on whole populations. This attracts me to Biomedical Engineering as the impact of changing technologies enables the ability to change vast numbers of people’s lives for the better and this inspires me...
My father, an accomplished 'gelatiere' (ice-cream maker in Italian), instilled in me a passion for science, constantly researching ways to make his products more nutritious. Being conscious of my health, I found myself developing a passion for medicine...
As long as I could remember, I've always thought I've wanted to follow the path of my father and become a neurosurgeon. This was until a year ago when I took a 6-month break and questioned what I wanted to become...
I had no idea what I wanted to study after A levels until a couple of years ago. My brother was diagnosed with a large vascular tumour in his nasopharynx. The following embolisation at a leading children’s hospital, using polyvinyl alcohol foam particles to block the blood vessels via arterial catheters and keyhole surgeries to remove the tumour, he recovered after a few years with no complications or external scarring...