It is highly recommended to take Undergraduate Internship Program as part of your curriculum. You can work for research laboratories, companies and receive academic credits. Through the internship experience, you can participate research projects and learn in-depth knowledge, mentoring.
Internship program

BME offers undergraduate students the chance to participate in internships in the lab or company and receive academic credit.

Capstone Project

Capstone Project program at UNIST BME is an intensive, and hands-on program that places students in a simulated incubator environment, solving problems in biomedical area with faculty guidance and professional mentorship. Capstone Project course is required of all senior BME students at UNIST. It enables BME students to tackle today’s challenges, design real-world solutions in a team, build them, and test prototypes. At the end of the year, students present their efforts and get a chance to commercialize their innovation with support of R&D Center at UNIST. Through the Capstone project, more than ten outcomes have been patented and two start-up companies were built successfully for the last six years.

Academic advisors and Mentoring
We believe that close interaction between students and BME faculty advisor is key to success of BME students. Academic advisors help students make important decisions including choosing classes, engaging in research opportunities and discussing career opportunities. All the BME students are assigned BME faculty advisors as they enter the department. We highly encourage students to meet BME faculty advisors each semester. In addition, Ms. Ryu, an academic affairs manager handles the administrative aspects of student advising such as registration and graduation. Resources about information on policies, registration, validation, graduation and so on.
Need help?

Academic affairs manager

Heejeong Ryu,

– 052-217-1845
– Bldg. 108 Rm. U203