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The Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Laboratory Techniques program has a restricted access.

Useful information for enrolling in the degree program

DEADLINES

June
Publication Notice of Admission
July - August
Registration for the Health Professions Admission Test
September
Admission test
Late September
Publication of rankings

TEACHING LOCATION OF THE DEGREE PROGRAM

Those with a five-year high school diploma or other qualification obtained abroad and recognized as suitable may be admitted to the Bachelor of Biomedical Laboratory Techniques

Admission to the Bachelor's degree program has a restricted access and involves an entrance exam consisting of a nationally-scheduled multiple-choice test.

Because it is a three-year professionalizing course: it provides comprehensive preparation for entry into the world of work and the final exam is qualifying for the profession of Biomedical Laboratory Health Technician.

Not only that: there will also be the opportunity to train in Translational Medicine research laboratories, and the internship will be integrated in laboratories of the Regional Health System, in collaboration with top Hospital Companies.

The objective of the Course is to train professionals capable of performing with technical and professional autonomy their work services in collaboration with the graduate laboratory staff in charge of the various operational responsibilities to which they belong.

In laboratory facilities, they will be responsible for the correct fulfillment of analytical procedures and their work, within the scope of their functions in application of the work protocols defined by the responsible managers.

In particular, at the end of the course of study, these figures will be able to:

  1. check the correspondence of the services provided to the indicators and standards predefined by the head of the facility;
  2. verify the proper functioning of the equipment used and provide routine maintenance and possible realignment of instruments;
  3. participate in the planning and organization of work within the structure in which they work;
  4. contribute to the training of support staff and directly contribute to updating related to their professional profile and research.

Graduates in Biomedical Laboratory Techniques perform their professional function in licensed laboratory facilities, whether public (Hospital Organizations, A.S.L.) or private (Clinics, Nursing Homes), as employees or freelance.

The degree obtained allows access to 1st level University Master's and Master's Degree Courses (LM/SNT3).

Last updated on: 03/11/2024