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How does £47,000 in annual salary sound? You can earn that by getting an MSc Biomedical Engineering degree in Greater Manchester. Companies are constantly looking for specialists who can develop, design and innovate solutions to provide better healthcare for everyone. Earning the qualification opens opportunities in different areas, ranging from pharmacology to consultancy.
Studying MSc Biomedical Engineering at Bolton
The University of Bolton offers students several opportunities for career advancement using the teaching-intensive, research-informed approach that we offer our students. You will gain the advanced knowledge, scientific, technical expertise and research skills necessary for career advancement in this rapidly growing field.
The course is part of the well-established master’s programmes available at Bolton’s School of Engineering, and offers the following modules:
- Biomedical Devices and Implants
- Smart Engineering Systems
- Advanced Engineering Modelling and Analysis
- Product Innovation and New Technologies
- Biotechnology and Regenerative Medicine
- Research Skills and Project Management
- Individual Major Project
Let’s explore some of the in-demand professional roles that you could be eligible for with an MSc Biomedical Engineering degree.
Medical Device Engineer
A medical device engineer designs, tests, manufactures and markets medical devices. They work with doctors to create and improve medical equipment that improves patient care. The role requires you to have a strong background in physics and engineering. You must also be able to design and test medical devices using state-of-the-art methods.
Medical engineers with an MSc Biomedical Engineering degree can work in various settings, including pharmaceutical companies, medical device companies, and research organizations. The prospects for medical device engineers is good, as the industry is growing rapidly. Job sites like LinkedIn and Indeed regularly have over 1,000 Medical device engineer jobs daily.
Other responsibilities include developing the manufacturing process or overseeing the quality of the product. Your work locations may also vary depending on the company, including offices, manufacturing plants, and research laboratories.
A research engineer is responsible for researching different topics to improve their company’s products or services. They often work with other company members to develop new ideas and solutions to problems.
As a research engineer, you will carry out various research tasks, from designing new experiments and conducting research surveys to developing and testing new computer software. You will also contribute to the development of company policies and procedures related to research and provide support to other members of the research team.
The MSc Biomedical Engineering degree from Bolton University equips you with strong quantitative and critical skills to solve complex problems. Through the degree practical sessions, you will also have a good working knowledge of engineering principles and software development techniques.
A hospital engineer is a professional who designs, manages, and maintains hospitals. They work with doctors and nurses to ensure patients get the best care possible. The role involves ensuring that equipment and systems are in working order. They also ensure that the hospital environment is safe for everyone by developing and implementing hospital policies.
Want to enhance your career ambitions? Visit the University of Bolton’s MSc Biomedical Engineering course page to discover how we can help you on your journey. You can also get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 01204 903807; our team are here to help!