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Hi, I’m studying medical science and I’m kind of worried about what I can do with that degree. I really would like to study medicine and many universities in UK that do graduate degree ask for a life science degree or a bioscience (kings college). Is Medical Science part of this?
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Almost certainly yes - you can check your subject's official category with its HESA subject code (most biomedical science degrees come under B or C, for example), or if you need extra piece of mind you can contact the admissions team for your medical school and check if they'd accept your course.
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(Original post by SummerStrawberry)
Almost certainly yes - you can check your subject's official category with its HESA subject code (most biomedical science degrees come under B or C, for example), or if you need extra piece of mind you can contact the admissions team for your medical school and check if they'd accept your course.
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