Demand for biomedical engineers is steadily increasing. As new technologies emerge, you will find there are more and more career directions for you to choose.
Industrial careers are varied and can include researching, developing medical products, managing the use of clinical equipment in hospitals or designing and modifying equipment for clients with special needs in a rehabilitation setting.
Major companies in the healthcare area include Philips, Toshiba, GE Healthcare and Siemens Healthcare. The skills our graduates will gain allow them to also follow a more traditional engineering role within companies such as Sony, Microchip and Thales.
The Biomedical Engineering degree will also provide the ideal academic grounding for graduates to undertake a PhD in the field.
Graduates of our degrees might prefer a career in policy proposal and implementation. Biomedical engineers can act as consultants for government agencies that rely heavily on expert advice to develop legislative and financial agendas.