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when you go to university
What things do you study as part of a biomedicine course?
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when you go to university
What things do you study as part of a biomedicine course?
Hi @Anonymous,

You can look at the modules available on our BioMedicine Course here. You'll study a range of modules, including cells, genetics, physiology, anatomy and hormones, just to name a few.

You can also chat to current students studying BioMedicine on our UniBuddy platform here, where they can give you an insight into their experiences.

It's worth noting that the BioMedicine course isn't accredited, so if you want to become a Biomedical Scientist, I'd recommend that you have a look at the Biomedical Science degree here, which is IBMS-accredited. My housemate studies this course and had the same first year as BioMedicine, where she studied anatomy, physiology, a bit of biochemistry, ethics and academic writing, diagnosis and biotechnology.

If you have any other questions I'd be happy to help!

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