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    Hello, I'm due to start an access to HE science course which I've been advised by many universities will be accepted for Biomedical Science BsC if I achieve overall distinctions. My question is : the course I'm looking at for university is accredited so does this mean upon completion I'll be a qualified bioscientist? I want to specialise in haematology and I was wondering how I go about this? I've tried speaking to multiple careers advisers to no avail so I'm super confused. Thank you
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    Anyone? 😞
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    If you want to work in the NHS as a biomed scientist then you need to do a course accredited by the IBMS.
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    The course information does detail that it is accredited by the IBMS.
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    Then it probably isn't. If unsure, email and ask.
 
 
 
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