Date of entry

September 2024

If you're wondering what to do after a degree in Biomedical Engineering, you'll find that this course offers a huge opportunity for growth, exploration, and innovation. You'll develop analytical, practical, and transferable skills. We are accredited by the IET (Institution of Engineering and Technology) ensuring our students get broad engineering skills. We also work closely with companies and in their 3rd year students get direct input on their work from companies like Moor Instruments, Lifescan, Limbs and Things, and Ossur.

As a graduate you will have an excellent grounding for a career in, or further training for biomedical engineering, biomaterials engineering, the medical device industry, the biotechnology industry, and academic research.

Our graduates have gone on to work in jobs such as:

  •  Biomedical Engineer, Bioengineer, or Medical Engineer
  • Clinical Engineer or Clinical Scientist in the NHS (or equivalent)
  • Mechanical and/or Electronic Design Engineer
  • Sales, marketing, and technical support

Recent graduates have gone on to become engineers developing medical technologies for leading industrial companies such as GE and Philips, or within the NHS.
Some other examples of our graduates include: Medical Service Engineer at Dräger, Regulatory Affairs Officer at Sanofi, and Research and Development Engineer at GE.

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