MEng (HB1V), BEng (HBD8), MEng (HB18), BEng (HBC8)
A recent graduate from Medical Engineering at QMUL now working for Stanmore Implants Worldwide (he is the one at the front!)
The healthcare industry is one of the world's biggest industrial sectors, and it grows every year, providing stimulating job opportunities in research, development and patient care.
Recent graduates from Medical Engineering work within the many different medical device companies. including Finisbury Instruments, Corin, Stanmore Implants and Depuy. Other graduates have gone to work as an NHS Clinical Scientists or an NHS Clinical Engineers (http://www.nhscareers.nhs.uk/details/Default.aspx?Id=868).
Others now work for the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA, http://www.mhra.gov.uk).
A significant number of graduates also go into research careers by studying for a PhD in a wide variety of areas from stem cells and tissue engineering to biomechanics and implant design.
In addition, because the Medical Engineering degree at QMUL is a solid, professionally accredited engineering degree, graduates also find employment in traditional areas of engineering.
Finally, a small number of Medical Engineering graduates also take up places on medicine degrees, including the fast-track graduate entry programme.
LATEST NEWS: Of last years Medical Engineering (home) students, over 85% were in full time graduate employment 6 months after graduating.