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    I was thinking of applying to this programme but not sure if I'll need a Physics degree in order to do so. Can anyone help me out? Thanks!
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    (Original post by FightLikeAGirl)
    I was thinking of applying to this programme but not sure if I'll need a Physics degree in order to do so. Can anyone help me out? Thanks!

    Hi I'm applying for the Blood Sciences STP route so I don't know too much about your pathway but I should think either a 2.i or above in either a Physics degree or an Engineering degree would be compulsory. Otherwise you may be able to apply if you have some research experience in the field you are wanting to apply to or you had a few modules in your degree that are specialist to your subject area. Eg if you studied human physiology or physiological sciences you may be able to lean on your experiences of clinical engineering. Sorry I can't be of more help, what is your degree in?
    People apply from all backgrounds but it is a very competitive process and so you really have to sell yourself and/or get additional experience.
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    (Original post by Bagsworth)
    Hi I'm applying for the Blood Sciences STP route so I don't know too much about your pathway but I should think either a 2.i or above in either a Physics degree or an Engineering degree would be compulsory. Otherwise you may be able to apply if you have some research experience in the field you are wanting to apply to or you had a few modules in your degree that are specialist to your subject area. Eg if you studied human physiology or physiological sciences you may be able to lean on your experiences of clinical engineering. Sorry I can't be of more help, what is your degree in?
    People apply from all backgrounds but it is a very competitive process and so you really have to sell yourself and/or get additional experience.
    I emailed my question to them directly and was told I could apply if I felt I had the person specifications that they asked for. They said my degree (BMS) was accepted . Thank you for your reply though and good luck with your application .
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    (Original post by FightLikeAGirl)
    I emailed my question to them directly and was told I could apply if I felt I had the person specifications that they asked for. They said my degree (BMS) was accepted . Thank you for your reply though and good luck with your application .

    Ahh that's good to hear Best of luck in your application
 
 
 
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