One degree from three institutions
To meet the needs of a rapidly changing society and global economy, three internationally renowned institutions, Peking University, Emory University and The Georgia Institute of Technology, have established a dynamic partnership in a global biomedical engineering program.
- Offers a unique opportunity for United States and Chinese students to learn and work in a global economy and in global health settings
- Graduates will become leaders of innovation who can contribute to cultural, political, economic and health concerns around the world
How it Works
- Students apply through one of the two campuses, Georgia Tech or Peking University
- An advisor matching process will take place
- Most classes and research will take place on the students "home campus"
- Students will spend at least one year on the secondary campus
Students can apply through one of two ways.
Students who are interested in applying to the program with Atlanta as the primary campus should complete the standard admission process for the Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering through the Graduate Admission Office of Georgia Tech.
International Students who are interested in applying to the program with Peking University in Beijing as the primary campus should complete the standard admission process via the Graduate Admission Office of Peking University.
Contact Kristen Laquidara.