Career

Experts recognize that there is a severe shortage of medical physicists in China and Asia, and in many countries worldwide. Our medical physics graduates can choose from a wide range of career options, such as:

  • Hospital clinics, particularly in radiation oncology
  • High-technology medical companies
  • Government facilities and agencies
  • Academia
  • Versatility – careers that blend these different types of work

Student Statistics on Placement

Our graduates from the classes of 2016 to 2019 have found successful placement in a diverse variety of positions. Alumni have served as medical physicists in top medical care institutions such as the Cancer Hospital of the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences (Beijing, China), the National University of Singapore Medical Center (Singapore), and the Hospital Vila Nova Star (São Paulo, Brazil).

For pursuing further academic training, our M.Sc. students have matriculated into Ph.D. programs at Duke University, M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, University of British Columbia, University of Minnesota, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, and other prestigious institutions. Some graduates went into industry and found unique opportunities such as at Elekta, United Imaging Healthcare, and Ion Beam Applications. In addition, some graduates work at academic institutions as lecturers or research assistants.

Listen to Medical Physics Alumni

Learn about their experiences here and their career placements after graduation.

Going for a Ph.D. Program
Going for Jobs