Below, you will find a list of various careers many students will move into following studies on a Medicine, Dentistry or Biomedical Sciences degree.
Careers options from a medical degree:
While the list is probably endless here are a few examples of possible fields to explore during and after your medical degree:
General practice doctor
Careers stemming from undergraduate dental degree:
General practice dentist
Community services dentist
Armed forced dentist
With further post-graduate training:
Special Care Dentist
After a degree in Biomedical sciences or Human biology graduates often follow varying career paths:
- Other than the Biomedical Science graduates who go on to work as Biomedical Scientists within the NHS hospital labs, there are no major differences in the employment destinations for Biomedical Science and Human Biology Graduates.
- Based on information collected over the last few years, more than 95% of our graduates are in employment within a year of their graduation and destinations include (percentages are approximate):
- 40% Research in a university at MSc or PhD level, or teacher training
- 20% Further study on a Medicine/Dental degree
- 12% Research or production related positions in life science companies (eg., Randox, Almac, Norbrook)
- 5% Biomedical Scientists in the NHS
- Other frequent destinations for our graduates include medical/pharmaceutical sales, banking/finance, private pathology labs, forensic science, food industry, patent law amongst others.