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    Following a degree in Neuroscience, what are all the possibilities one can go for? I mean, I have done some research but it's all very vague i.e. Research or go into Law, business, finance or convert to Medicine. But could anyone give me a more detailed insight into the possibilities? ^^ And for those who have or are currently studying Neuroscience, what are the pros and cons?
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    (Original post by blueangel328)
    Following a degree in Neuroscience, what are all the possibilities one can go for? I mean, I have done some research but it's all very vague i.e. Research or go into Law, business, finance or convert to Medicine. But could anyone give me a more detailed insight into the possibilities? ^^ And for those who have or are currently studying Neuroscience, what are the pros and cons?
    Uni stats has reasonably detailed info of what graduates go on to do
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    (Original post by blueangel328)
    Following a degree in Neuroscience, what are all the possibilities one can go for? I mean, I have done some research but it's all very vague i.e. Research or go into Law, business, finance or convert to Medicine. But could anyone give me a more detailed insight into the possibilities? ^^ And for those who have or are currently studying Neuroscience, what are the pros and cons?
    Most neuroscience graduates either pursue a PhD to work in academia (research/teaching at universities) or work in industry (e.g. research at a pharmaceutical company, health professional). Or apply for graduate-entry medicine.

    Although I get the feeling many end up not using their degree at all.
 
 
 
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