Generally, BME is a cutting-edge sector, which has no other way than flourishing in the nearest decades. It is an interesting fusion of biological, medical, IT and engineering concepts, which together form lots of sub-fields, such as bioinstrumentation, biomechanics, cellular, clinical and rehabilitation engineering, medical imaging, etc. All these sub-fields are covered in one or more courses during the bachelor’s program. I was quite interested in biosensors technologies, where among lots of things I familiarized myself with the COVID-19 testing principle, the working mechanism of glucose meters and pregnancy tests, the way smartwatches count our heartbeat. Meanwhile, in other classes, you get to know more about gene technologies, the mechanism behind the MRI, ultrasound, X-ray machines, at the same time working on your R&D project. Overall, it is a diverse and unique experience.