Is there apprenticeship for NEUROSCIENCE?

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Or am I just making this up?
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Do you mean to become a neuroscientist?
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Do you mean to become a neuroscientist?
For like a degree apprentieceship
I am not really sure what I want to be. I am just researching things like pharmacy, psychology, medicine.
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For like a degree apprentieceship
I am not really sure what I want to be. I am just researching things like pharmacy, psychology, medicine.
If you want to do medicine, don't do another degree for it.
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If you want to do medicine, don't do another degree for it.
I want to explore different apprenticeships before going into uni and I was considering NEUROSCIENCE but idk if there is any apprenticeships for it
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(Original post by zarahh09)
I want to explore different apprenticeships before going into uni and I was considering NEUROSCIENCE but idk if there is any apprenticeships for it
Doesn't look like it from my brief googling.

What's your background?
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(Original post by ecolier)
Doesn't look like it from my brief googling.

What's your background?
background? as in?
I am british
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(Original post by zarahh09)
background? as in?
I am british
Haha, I don't mean that!

I meant whether you are doing your GCSEs, A Levels etc.
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Haha, I don't mean that!

I meant whether you are doing your GCSEs, A Levels etc.
I am doing A level biology, psychology and french atm
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(Original post by zarahh09)
I am doing A level biology, psychology and french atm
Why are you looking at an apprenticeship and not the neuroscience degree in itself?
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Why are you looking at an apprenticeship and not the neuroscience degree in itself?
I am still unsure of what i want to do.
Atm Idk if i want to go to uni for 3-4 years not knowing what i want to do
Maybe doing apprenticeships might give me an idea of what each course is like??
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(Original post by zarahh09)
I am still unsure of what i want to do.
Atm Idk if i want to go to uni for 3-4 years not knowing what i want to do
Maybe doing apprenticeships might give me an idea of what each course is like??
Not really, I wouldn't advise taking the long way if you're qualified otherwise.

Why not see if you can arrange work experience and do some more research into the life of a neuroscience degree holder?
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Not really, I wouldn't advise taking the long way if you're qualified otherwise.

Why not see if you can arrange work experience and do some more research into the life of a neuroscience degree holder?
hmm maybe
I just posted a thread on here to see if there is an apprenticeship
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hmm maybe
I just posted a thread on here to see if there is an apprenticeship
And hopefully we'll change your mind about doing the apprenticeship!
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Apprenticeships often focus on a narrower area than uni degrees so are best for people who know what they want to do.

If you can’t decide between med/psych/neuroscience then perhaps a year out doing things related to each field will help you decide.
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hmm maybe
I just posted a thread on here to see if there is an apprenticeship
i don’t think there is. If you are unsure and don’t want to commit to a degree then maybe taking a gap year, working and getting work experience in a variety of different fields might be really beneficial for you
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Apprenticeship are delivered per standards. In other words, if there isn’t a standard for that specific role, then there’s likely not an apprenticeship for it.

My guess is that neuroscience role would come under a general lab apprenticeship standard.
My medical research apprenticeship was assessed against a product research and development standard.

Search the apprenticeship standards here:
https://www.instituteforapprenticesh...ip-standards/?

Regardless, it’ll give you some insight into the specific types of work required to be evidenced in different apprenticeships.
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