Career prospects: where can I work after graduation?
Because the programme is relatively new, there are still only a few graduates. The broad-based curriculum of the course means that there are many areas in which you can work and your job prospects are excellent.
Business and industry, research and development
Fundamental research, applied research
Development of testing procedures and studies
Laboratories, research and development
Fundamental research (e.g. molecular diagnostics, investigations into pathomechanisms and genetic defects)
Development and execution of scientific and general evaluations
Development, design and setting up of laboratory facilities
Clinics and medical service centres
Collaboration in diagnostics using imaging processes
Quality management, hygiene
Medical engineering, laboratory technology, environmental protection, environmental medicine
Collaboration in the design and execution of clinical studies
Government agencies in the fields of safety, environment and hygiene