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>
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 her 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.