Graduates of the Bachelor of Biomedicine develop fundamental skills in scientific method, critical thinking and problem solving, the analysis of data and evidence, written and oral communication and the ability to work collaboratively in teams. Biomedicine graduates also possess specialist scientific knowledge and technical skills for further research.
Bachelor of Biomedicine careers...
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There are a range of career opportunities that apply the skills and knowledge of biomedicine to other areas such as science communication, scientific journalism, museum curatorship, and commercialisation of new inventions.
Biomedicine graduates are equipped for a range of careers in industries including business, science, health, education and technology.
You may find employment within the biomedical sector or consider a career in biomedical research or related fields by pursuing a research higher degree (Masters or PhD). You could also proceed to a range of other professional graduate programs within the University.