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Hallo guys!

Really indecisive of which university to pick!
If you were me, which will you choose??

The course is BIOMEDICAL SCIENCE.
University of Portsmouth or University of Plymouth?

University of Portsmouth
1. TEF GOLD
2. accredited by RBS and IBMS

University of Plymouth
1. TEF SILVER
2. accredited by IBMS
3. provides Medical school
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Which course is more interesting? RBS accreditation means nothing. IBMS accreditation is only relevant if you plan to work in the NHS. What do you need a medical school for?
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Hallo guys!

Really indecisive of which university to pick!
If you were me, which will you choose??

The course is BIOMEDICAL SCIENCE.
University of Portsmouth or University of Plymouth?

University of Portsmouth
1. TEF GOLD
2. accredited by RBS and IBMS

University of Plymouth
1. TEF SILVER
2. accredited by IBMS
3. provides Medical school
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(Original post by carmel!)
Hallo guys!

Really indecisive of which university to pick!
If you were me, which will you choose??

The course is BIOMEDICAL SCIENCE.
University of Portsmouth or University of Plymouth?

University of Portsmouth
1. TEF GOLD
2. accredited by RBS and IBMS

University of Plymouth
1. TEF SILVER
2. accredited by IBMS
3. provides Medical school
It depends what you want to career wise really. If you’re looking to do medicine then I would suggest Plymouth.

I study Biomedical Science at Portsmouth and it’s really good. So if you have any questions about Portsmouth that might help you make your decision, I’m happy to answer
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Hi alleycat393! Thanks for the inputs! I'm an international student from Asia..So, not really familiar with the systems in the UK. I was actually thinking to further study into Medicine after Biomedical science. It seems that Plymouth provides postgraduate and collaborate with Exeter Medical school but just for the TEF and Accreditation part which made me quite hesitated.

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Which course is more interesting? RBS accreditation means nothing. IBMS accreditation is only relevant if you plan to work in the NHS. What do you need a medical school for?
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MusicGamer Hello! Thanks a lot! Yeah..that was part of my plan about further medicine after. That's why I was kind of hessitating due to the TEF and Accreditation. If I want to further my postgraduate after Porstmouth, will it be easy? students got to apply for other postgraduate school right or are there any linkage?
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It depends what you want to career wise really. If you’re looking to do medicine then I would suggest Plymouth.

I study Biomedical Science at Portsmouth and it’s really good. So if you have any questions about Portsmouth that might help you make your decision, I’m happy to answer
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(Original post by carmel!)
Hi alleycat393! Thanks for the inputs! I'm an international student from Asia..So, not really familiar with the systems in the UK. I was actually thinking to further study into Medicine after Biomedical science. It seems that Plymouth provides postgraduate and collaborate with Exeter Medical school but just for the TEF and Accreditation part which made me quite hesitated.
It won’t matter where you do your biomed sci degree if you plan to apply for grad entry med unless Portsmouth offer direct entry. If they do they’ll say on the website. Neither the TEF or the accreditation will make any difference to this.
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Thanks a lot! It really cleared my doubts! I suppose I'll choose Plymouth for it!
Btw, are u from any of the above mentioned??

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It won’t matter where you do your biomed sci degree if you plan to apply for grad entry med unless Portsmouth offer direct entry. If they do they’ll say on the website. Neither the TEF or the accreditation will make any difference to this.
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Thanks a lot! It really cleared my doubts! I suppose I'll choose Plymouth for it!
Btw, are u from any of the above mentioned??
Nope sorry. I finished studying a long time ago. Good luck!
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