Typical career paths in companies include working as an application engineer or project manager. In addition, graduates take on responsibilities in quality management, regulatory affairs, technological innovation and as application specialists.
In healthcare facilities, graduates may take on tasks in interface management, technical acquisition or inhouse production.
In consulting, graduates can accompany startups, suppliers and manufacturers, as well as clinical facilities which produce inhouse. They may be consulted for product delimitation and licensing, market supervision, or help design and implement quality and risk management systems.
As employees of authorities or notified bodies, graduates are qualified to supervise registration and to organize relevant data exchange within Europe.
In centers for clinical studies, graduates may be employed for efficacy trials testing new products or new application areas for existing products.