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    I just want opinions off people on which one is better to have? Or if you're 'doing' the course, could you please tell me your opinion on it Also which one is better to have as a degree, in terms of job employments in NHS?
    I can't seem to decide on which one to go for!
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    Both are good courses. I am not sure about the job at NHS because it depends what sort of job you want.

    With both the courses you are probably looking at getting a job in biomedical research, lecturer in a university, medical laboratories in hospitals or in research institutes, medicine drug trials, or in pharmaceutical industry.

    If you wish to work in NHS hospital medical laboratories, biomedical science may be more appropriate. As genetics is more medical research oriented.

    Hope that helps!
 
 
 

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