The cross-disciplinary structure of the Medical Science programme enables graduates to develop a unique skills set covering a highly diverse range of health topics. These skills provide an excellent foundation for training in health economics, which in turn opens up career opportunities in areas such as medical documentation.
The combination of training in medical and biological principles with technological know-how paves the way for further qualifications in biomedical engineering. The blend of courses in medicine, technology and economics means that programme graduates will also be in strong demand in the pharmaceutical industry.
The bachelor degree offers good career prospects in the healthcare sector, pharmaceutical industry or in the field of biomedical engineering.