Career prospects: where our graduates go

The Preventive Cardiology course can lead to furthering a clinical career specialising in the field of Cardiovascular Disease Prevention and Rehabilitation. For graduates who are not clinicians by training, these courses offer many opportunities for careers in research, public health and teaching. The MSc course also offers a strong basis for PhD study or entry to medical related programmes.

  • Foundation Year 2 Doctor in the UK, hoping to pursue a Core Medical Training post thereafter
  • Principal Medical Physiotherapist - overseeing, and currently running, the Cardiac Rehabilitation Exercise Programme Service - UK
  • Senior Charge Nurse in UK (Band-7) - selected for Senior Leadership Development Programme
  • Assistant Professor, Cardiologist, CEO and General Director - Afghan Hospitals Network
  • Healthcare Assistant Outpatients fracture clinic, UK. Prospective applicant to Medical School for Graduate Entry Medicine
  • Health Advocate for an NHS trust. Prospective applicant to medical school for Graduate Entry Medicine.
  • Publication by the British Journal of Cardiology.
  • Head of the Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation Unit Adult Cardiology Department, Prince Sultan Cardiac Centre Riyadh
  • Associate Professor in the Department of Cardiology, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University, Dhaka, Bangladesh
  • Senior Staff Specialist (Medicine), Caboolture Hospital, Metro North Health Service District, Queensland, Australia. Also Senior Lecturer (Clinical), University of Queensland, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia Phase IV Coordinator, UK
  • Paediatrician, New York, USA
  • Consultant Physician, Australia
  • Physician, Bangalore, India
  • Cardiac Physiologist, UK
  • Cardiology Registrar, Lithuania

Links with employers

Imperial College works closely with employers and industry, including Industrial Advisory Panels to design Master’s courses which provide graduates with technical knowledge, expertise and transferable skills and to encourage students to take internships and placements. All Master’s courses are designed with employer needs in mind with some Master’s courses accredited by professional, statutory and regulatory bodies. Most Master’s courses offer an opportunity to carry out research projects in industry.