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    Hello,

    Due to current circumstances I am going to study with the Open University in January 2018.
    Would studying Chemistry or Biology be the best way to get into Biochemistry? To my understanding Biochemistry has a bit of both involved in the subject, But I'm not sure which degree I should choose and focus on.
    After finishing the degree I would like to keep my options open and perhaps study a Masters Research degree in Biochemistry at Bristol University as a way to specialise in a subject after doing a Chemistry or Biology degree with the OU.

    Thank you.
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    (Original post by Troska)
    Hello,

    Due to current circumstances I am going to study with the Open University in January 2018.
    Would studying Chemistry or Biology be the best way to get into Biochemistry? To my understanding Biochemistry has a bit of both involved in the subject, But I'm not sure which degree I should choose and focus on.
    After finishing the degree I would like to keep my options open and perhaps study a Masters Research degree in Biochemistry at Bristol University as a way to specialise in a subject after doing a Chemistry or Biology degree with the OU.

    Thank you.
    Each course will have specific entry requirements so make sure you meet them. Pick a degree that interests you. Go through the course content and work out what will be taught when you are choosing.
 
 
 
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