During M.Sc. mandatory and optional courses, students have opportunities to achieve knowledge in diff erent fi elds such as tissue mechanics, signal processing, biomedical devices, nanotechnology, and get practical experience in organization and functioning of the environment in which they will apply their knowledge in the future professional career. Through combination of theoretical and practical work students learn to use and maintain modern equipment and perform applied research in biomedical engineering. There is an intensive collaboration between teaching staff of Biomedical Engineering module and medical doctors, biologists, chemists and engineers working in medical facilities and companies, that allow our students to conduct studies, improve existing and develop novel devices, materials and diagnostic methods through their Master thesis. Our approaches in biomedical engineering include invention of new methods, device improvement, equipment maintaining and applying information technologies in clinics.