I can’t comment for how respected the course is, but the best way to check is to see if the course is accredited by the royal academy of engineering. In regards to career prospects for biomedical engineering there are quite a lot. Many of my colleagues have went into all different industries from patent and medical law, to medical device innovation and tissue engineering.
At this moment, careers specific for biomedical engineering are rather limited, but hopefully this will change in the next decade or so. That being said, having a degree in engineering by no means limits one in careers available, especially biomedical engineering since you can do biomedical engineering, other forms of engineering or medical based careers. I personally, after having gained my biomedical engineering degree from the university of Glasgow, have started pursing a further degree in cancer research and precision oncology with aims to perhaps apply for GEM.