They can work in universities.
They can work in hospitals and other health institutions.
They can work in medical research centers.
They can work in organizations that produce, sell and give support after sale of medical devices and supplies.
They can work in the pharmaceutical industry.
They can work in information processing units of health institutions.
They can continue their graduate studies in related fields such as biomedical, biomaterials, biomechanics, bioinformatics, medical physics, genetic engineering, tissue engineering.
They can create their own designs and market them to the medical sector with industry-state cooperation.