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    I want to apply for biomedical sciences but I am so confused at the amount of courses there are! Bsc 4 year, 3 year foundaion, 3 year no foundation, 4 year SW. I can't find a website that explains all this to me and which is the most respected course to take! Help will be gladly received! Thanks.
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    If you go here and open "how do I find the best course for me?" that might help a bit. Otherwise, ask specifically what you're not sure of and someone here might be able to help
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    A foundation year is usually for people who don't have the right subjects or perhaps grades to bring them up to speed. I think SW stands for sandwich course, which means you do a work placement within your degree, hence it being 4 years instead of a 3.
 
 
 

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