Professional Engineering Practice
Working in medical device industrial settings,hospitals, the government, medical device regulatory firms, or other biomedical institutions, graduates apply their knowledge in biomedical engineering. This includes engineering research and development, engineering design and product development, regulatory and business aspects of engineering, such as sales,marketing, and technical management.
Professional Clinical Practice
Graduates work in hospitals and healthcare sectors, including Prosthetics & Orthotics, clinical and rehabilitation engineers and hospital scientific officers, and in healthcare product customer services.
Basic and Applied Research in Engineering, Biology, or Medicine
Graduates can conduct basic and applied research at universities, hospitals and in the industry in the area of biomedical engineering.
According to recent statistics, most of our BME graduates are working in BME-related fields:
- Marketing and Sales, Administration and Management: 40%
- Engineering, Research & Development, Laboratory & Science Support: 30%
- Health Services: 15%
- Further Study: 15%