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How would I talk about the social mobility foundation and the virtual work experience in my personal statement? What sort of attributes does it show that I am in the programme?
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What did you learn from it and how does it relate to your course?
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Are you talking about how to talk about it in your UCAS PS? What did you do? What are you applying for?
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What did you learn from it and how does it relate to your course?
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Are you talking about how to talk about it in your UCAS PS? What did you do? What are you applying for?
I am applying to study biology at university. And sorry for not being clear but yes; i need help on how to talk about it in my UCAS PS
during the biology and chemistry virtual work experience this is what we did:
1. career spotlight panel where we got to ask professionals from varying jobs some questions
2. had an introduction to digital healthcare communication from a health company
3. learnt how to present data creatively with a medical company
4. worked with the Glasgow science centre to make posters regarding climate change/sustainability that will be put up during the COP26 Climate change conference in 2021
5. got an introduction to data science/analysis from a health company
6. had an introduction to neurology
7. were introduced to less-known career: intellectual propery from a company
8. introduction to pharmaceutical manufacturing from a company

from it i learnt; that there are more careers available to me. what particularly stood out to me was the different ways to represent data, the project we had to do and a career in intellectual propery as well as the experiences of the professionals (especially those in research)

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(Original post by RoarJ)
I am applying to study biology at university. And sorry for not being clear but yes; i need help on how to talk about it in my UCAS PS
during the biology and chemistry virtual work experience this is what we did:
1. career spotlight panel where we got to ask professionals from varying jobs some questions
2. had an introduction to digital healthcare communication from a health company
3. learnt how to present data creatively with a medical company
4. worked with the Glasgow science centre to make posters regarding climate change/sustainability that will be put up during the COP26 Climate change conference in 2021
5. got an introduction to data science/analysis from a health company
6. had an introduction to neurology
7. were introduced to less-known career: intellectual propery from a company
8. introduction to pharmaceutical manufacturing from a company

from it i learnt; that there are more careers available to me. what particularly stood out to me was the different ways to represent data, the project we had to do and a career in intellectual propery as well as the experiences of the professionals (especially those in research)

thank you for replying to my question
It's not about the job - what about biology that was covered did you find interesting? (E.g. the neurology side of things)
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(Original post by RoarJ)
I am applying to study biology at university. And sorry for not being clear but yes; i need help on how to talk about it in my UCAS PS
during the biology and chemistry virtual work experience this is what we did:
1. career spotlight panel where we got to ask professionals from varying jobs some questions
2. had an introduction to digital healthcare communication from a health company
3. learnt how to present data creatively with a medical company
4. worked with the Glasgow science centre to make posters regarding climate change/sustainability that will be put up during the COP26 Climate change conference in 2021
5. got an introduction to data science/analysis from a health company
6. had an introduction to neurology
7. were introduced to less-known career: intellectual propery from a company
8. introduction to pharmaceutical manufacturing from a company

from it i learnt; that there are more careers available to me. what particularly stood out to me was the different ways to represent data, the project we had to do and a career in intellectual propery as well as the experiences of the professionals (especially those in research)

thank you for replying to my question
You could talk about what you learnt from neurology if that relates to your course modules and the skills you learnt or had to do to complete the activities. Remember to focus on biology academically
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