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About a third of Biomedical Engineering graduates opt for a career in research, for example by securing a PhD position at a university or research institute. Another third join research & development department’s at large companies or go to work as a systems engineer, product specialist or project manager in business and industry, where they develop new products and services for the healthcare market. About a quarter of graduates specialize further as clinical physicists and take positions in a hospital where they are involved in the use, maintenance and safety aspects of medical devices. The remaining ten percent of Biomedical Engineering graduates work as consultants, forging a link between research and the market, and advising healthcare providers on a range of issues.