I'm applying to all three of the Glasgow unis this year for biomed. I'm sort of unsure as to which uni is the best for biomed/bioscience.
I was quite set on Strathy last year cos I was applying for chemistry, but I didn't get in.
My lecturers told me that caledonian is the best for biomed in glasgow because its course is very good if you're hoping to work in the NHS. I'm taking a shine to analytical toxicology/clinical biochemistry in the NHS which requires a biomed degree that's recognised by the HPC, so goodgood. It's recognised by the IBMS(?) and the HPC and it has a really good bioscience faculty.
Strathy's course is also recognised by the IBMS (dunno about the HPC) but I have no idea what their bioscience depts are like. Any ideas?
Glasgow seems like a very good uni but its Biomed courses aren't recognised. Again though, I dunno much about its bioscience bits so again, any ideas?
The course I'm currently doing enables me to gain 2nd year entry into Caledonian and Strathy, but not Glasgow. I'd like 2nd year entry cos of funding.
I'm also applying to UWS and Dundee.
Can it be done?