Our graduates encounter a very interesting and complex working environment! The vocational profile of the Medical Engineer is complex and characterised in particular by interdisciplinary fields of medical engineering work, as well as a wide spectrum of tasks and areas of activity. Being at the interface between users, research, development and manufacturing departments, and suppliers, is part of the daily work of Medical Engineers. Their engineering and natural science know-how and skills together with their sound medical knowledge are just as important here as their social competencies and basic knowledge for economic topics and interrelationships in the development and market introduction of products for the healthcare sector. Medical Engineering generates employment! The demand situation in the economy confirms that job offers from medical engineering enterprises have more than doubled and that medical engineering is particularly important for creating employment. Professional opportunities in the area of Medical Engineering are highly diversified. Graduates of the Medical Engineering Bachelor course are primarily employed in the medical engineering industry (product development, product management, product sales and product training) or in organisations in the healthcare sector (hospitals, doctors’ surgeries and care institutions).