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hello, I just found out i should do a Biomed course that is accredited and it turns out UCL isn't accredited by IBMS which is weird, but I'm pretty upset about that, having said this, I'm not really planning on working within the NHS as a career, and im not even sure if i will end up being a scientist. I decided to do biomed because im super interested in medicine and i love biology and chemistry but not enough to do a full medicine degree (and i don't want to be a doctor). Can someone who is knowledgable on this topic please advise me? Will my career options be more limited if I don't get my biomed degree from an accredited uni?
I've already emailed UCL to advise me but I want as much help as possible.
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As is said a ridiculous amount of times on this forum, you only need an IBMS-accredited degree if you want to be a Biomedical Scientist, which is a NHS profession.
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