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    If I would like to specialise in cognitive neuroscience(thought of being a researcher), what should I do after doing BSc neuroscience? Do I have to do MSc or I can go straight up to PhD(and I would like to do this/these in UCL)? And how long will it take for me to be a neuroscientist and how hard would it be(since I'm an international student and have to find sponsorships or fundings for my studies)? And I really want to work in world class neuroscience institutions(from my research, UCL is 2nd in the world, and a few European institutes like Max Planck in Germany would be okay). Thank you!
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    Hey ... please tell me.. what do one become after doing bsc neuroscience
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    (Original post by Kpatel.....)
    Hey ... please tell me.. what do one become after doing bsc neuroscience
    Someone with a bachelors degree in Neuroscience ...

    you will enither need to engae in further study and research if lab based acience is your chosen direction

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    apply for get accepted and successfuly complete the relevant pre-registration programme if you want to be a clinician working in a Neurology/ Neurosurgery / Neurosciences clinicla area - whather that;s Nursing , OT, Physio or Medical ...
 
 
 
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