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    what careers does this course lead you to!

    Most graduate jobs don't require a specific degree, so a life sciences degree would make you eligible for all of these. Things like the civil service, banking, accounting, management, law, charities, the public sector, NGOs etc. But you would also be able to do scientific jobs like working for the NHS, pharmaceutical companies, engineering firms, going into research etc. There is an almost limitless list of options.
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