Accredited by the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) and the Institute of Physics and Engineering in Medicine (IPEM).
With an average starting salary of £26.4k, this is where engineering meets medicine. Bioengineers prevent invasive surgery, innovate hi-tech health devices, and enhance artificial organs. It's about wearable devices, tissue engineering and biomechanics with career paths to healthcare, pharmaceuticals, and scientific research.
Bioengineering is a new, technology-driven subject dedicated to improving health and quality-of-life through engineering.Find out more>
Year in Industry story - Liam Overett
A Year in Industry can really enhance your technical, project management and communication skills. In this video, student Liam tells us what he learned during his successful engineering placement at the AMRC.Watch Liam's story>
Bioengineering graduate story: Saheela Mohammed
Saheela's time at Sheffield was quite remarkable. Having gained the prestigous Chancellors Medal, she now works in the Diabetes Care Division of global healthcare company Abbott.Watch Saheela's story>
Be part of extraordinary developments in science and technology and be taught by academic staff who are world-leaders in their fields.Study with us>
Your future career
Studying Bioengineering gives you a platform to enter the jobs market in roles ranging from Biomedical Engineers to Software Engineering. Johnson & Johnson, Medicorp, NHS and National Instruments are examples of organisations taking on Sheffield graduates.
Our degrees are accredited by the UK's leading relevant professional engineering institutions.