How do I become biomedical scientist and do I get paid during training? It said that starting salary for BMS is 24-30k so is that during training or when I actually start with a BMS job? Is finding a BMS hard?
What's your salary? And how many years are you a biomedical scientist. What's the highest salary a BMS earn. Will I live comfortable?
Please answer all questions. Thanks, if anyone want to not suggest this career path what should i do? I do maths chem bio.
You can find a full list of accredited degrees here;
There is though, an alternative. Very few people take it and everybody that doesn't wishes they had when they find out how competitive Trainee Biomedical Scientist jobs are.
Here is a list of Universities that offer BSc Healthcare Science. To become a Biomedical Scientist you want the "Life Science" variant. Unfortunately I believe Southampton recently lost their course. It is the only degree where the you graduate being able to work as a Biomedical Scientist. No further training. This is because it is the only degree that actually gets you your HCPC Registration as a part of the course. It does this by having integrated placements during the course. 10 weeks during the Year 1 summer. 15 weeks during the Year 2 summer and 3-4 days a week during final year.