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Apart from academic, medical research or pursuing a PhD - what career options are there after a Msc in Neuroscience?
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This summarises it well: https://pni.princeton.edu/undergradu...s-neuroscience
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This summarises it well: https://pni.princeton.edu/undergradu...s-neuroscience
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No problem Are you a current neuroscience student? I've applied for the BSc/MSci this year - but something I found difficult when trying to learn more about the course were the non-academic/research based career prospects. From what I've gathered, the range is is big! The analytical (and according to many, difficult) nature of the course opens up doors in practically any sector because it's a respected STEM degree, glad this helped
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No problem Are you a current neuroscience student? I've applied for the BSc/MSci this year - but something I found difficult when trying to learn more about the course were the non-academic/research based career prospects. From what I've gathered, the range is is big! The analytical (and according to many, difficult) nature of the course opens up doors in practically any sector because it's a respected STEM degree, glad this helped
I'm in final year of biomedical science, looking to apply to Msc Neuroscience if I don't get into graduate entry dentistry. Yeah I wouldn't mind doing a PhD after or even something in the pharmaceutical industry if the pay is stable and has further career growth
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