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I am aware of what a specialism is but how do you get one.
So far I’m off to study biomedical science at university. My course is not ibms accredited.
So I’d have to find a way around that.

I am intrested in the cardiovascular science in particular.
So just to know for the future-how would you specialise-is that another words for a masters degree of what?
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I am aware of what a specialism is but how do you get one.
So far I’m off to study biomedical science at university. My course is not ibms accredited.
So I’d have to find a way around that.

I am intrested in the cardiovascular science in particular.
So just to know for the future-how would you specialise-is that another words for a masters degree of what?
Hi success4life

Congratulations on your place to study Biomedical Science. How they do the specialism varies in each uni - here at George's you choose it in your third year and then graduate with BSc Biomedical Science with (Genomics/Anatomy/other specialty), but other unis don't do it like this and you might not specialise at all within the BSc degree. In terms of specialising by doing an MSc you can normally decide where you'd like to focus on for your masters year so that's one option, or you can complete a normal BSc and then move into a job as a Biomedical Scientist in the area you'd like to specialise in (once you're IBMS accredited).

Hope that helps!
Lauren
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Hi success4life

Congratulations on your place to study Biomedical Science. How they do the specialism varies in each uni - here at George's you choose it in your third year and then graduate with BSc Biomedical Science with (Genomics/Anatomy/other specialty), but other unis don't do it like this and you might not specialise at all within the BSc degree. In terms of specialising by doing an MSc you can normally decide where you'd like to focus on for your masters year so that's one option, or you can complete a normal BSc and then move into a job as a Biomedical Scientist in the area you'd like to specialise in (once you're IBMS accredited).

Hope that helps!
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I’ve made a mistake. They are ibms accredited. I had to find out but it’s all good. I do appreciate that. Thank you so very much!!
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