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Create the future of high-tech healthcare!

Your future looks bright as a graduate of this Master’s programme – a claim that is supported by the figures

You could work on innovations within medical diagnosis, at a university, or in industry, researching ways to apply technology to treat various diseases. In such a capacity you could look at clarifying the molecular basis of different diseases; you could advise companies or hospitals on issues around management and medical equipment.

Graduates in Biomedical Technology and Physics enjoy highly favourable career prospects, partly due to the speed at which technology in the fields of imaging, analytical methodes, bio-informatics and molecular research is developing. Another reason for the high demand on their skills is the recent developments around social issues, such as the ageing population or the drive for more efficient healthcare. As a specialist, you will also be in demand in interdisciplinary environments.

Marloes Groot, Full Professor

“We are trying to help surgeons to improve surgical results.”

Marloes Groot talks about her IMDI Quantivision Project. Marloes cut down the time needed to determine whether tissue contains tumour cells, from 16 hours to just one minute!

What can you do after your Master's degree?

Start working

A Master’s degree in Biomedical Technology and Physics means allows you to work on research in a clinical environment, medical research institutes or in biomedical and pharmaceutical companies. You could become a product manager, developer, consultant or researcher.

Following a PhD-programme

If you want to specialise further, you’ll now have an excellent basis to take part in a PhD-programme, either  within our own research groups or in other research institutes. A PhD programme allows you to spend four years on a specific research question, giving you the expertise you need to become part of an international research network.