Biomedical Technology



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Biomedical Technology


A Biomedical Technologist works in a laboratory, and analyses specimens from the human body. These specimens may include blood, body fluids and tissue. The specimens are analysed in the four major disciplines, for example, Microbiology which involves the impact of micro-organisms on or in the human body; Chemical Pathology which examines the normal and abnormal blood chemistry of the body for example cholesterol, blood glucose and hormonal levels. Our  four year Bachelor of Health Sciences in Medical Laboratory Science require an APS of 30 with Mathematics. Application open on the 1st April of every year. 



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