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The degree itself is interesting if you enjoy biological sciences and lab work, in terms of careers, it depends on what you want to do with it afterward. There`s plenty of postgrad courses to do, you can also work as an IBMS biomed scientist if you have a portfolio etc.
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Hi, I am a student of biomedical science at London metropolitan uni.

if you are wondering what jobs you can do with the degree I definitely suggest visiting the prospects website (just type biomedical science degrees into google). it has a great list of all the job opportunities the degree can give you. some examples are toxicologist, forensic scientist, dental therapist. However, you can always do further studies (post grad) and open up different doors if you want. if you want to work in the NHS as a scientist as they are typical employers of Biomed students your course will need to be accredited. London met's Biomed course is accredited with the IBMS (institute of biomedical science) which is key to look for when embarking on the course because you don't want to waste your time if it's not accredited. if you want more info about the course at LMU just google us and the course!

I hope this helps!
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Hi, I am a student of biomedical science at London metropolitan uni.

if you are wondering what jobs you can do with the degree I definitely suggest visiting the prospects website (just type biomedical science degrees into google). it has a great list of all the job opportunities the degree can give you. some examples are toxicologist, forensic scientist, dental therapist. However, you can always do further studies (post grad) and open up different doors if you want. if you want to work in the NHS as a scientist as they are typical employers of Biomed students your course will need to be accredited. London met's Biomed course is accredited with the IBMS (institute of biomedical science) which is key to look for when embarking on the course because you don't want to waste your time if it's not accredited. if you want more info about the course at LMU just google us and the course!

I hope this helps!
Thank you guyz that was really helpful but some ppl keep on telling me that finding a job with biomed ain't easy 😭😭😭
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