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I have accepted a conditional offer to study at royal holloway for biomedical science with an integrated foundation year. (bsc) (and hopefully transfer to biomedical with a year in industry) Would i able to apply for the science training program for NHS or is this qualification not compatible?
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I have accepted a conditional offer to study at royal holloway for biomedical science with an integrated foundation year. (bsc) (and hopefully transfer to biomedical with a year in industry) Would i able to apply for the science training program for NHS or is this qualification not compatible?
hey there! I've done a lot of research and you can apply for the STP after getting a biomedical science degree, I just think you need to be strategic in terms of what modules you complete because only certain universities offer the STP with different specialties e.g. haematology, embryology, sleep science, etc.
just remember if you have a BSc in biomed, it's a good qualification to go on bc clinical scientists are also healthcare scientists just like biomed and I think doing a year in industry will put you over everyone else and give you a better shot of getting in when you apply for it.
You just need to know it's very competitive and have you considered applying for the PTP? It's a potential alternative and I feel like it's not known much so why not give it a shot?
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hey there! I've done a lot of research and you can apply for the STP after getting a biomedical science degree, I just think you need to be strategic in terms of what modules you complete because only certain universities offer the STP with different specialties e.g. haematology, embryology, sleep science, etc.
just remember if you have a BSc in biomed, it's a good qualification to go on bc clinical scientists are also healthcare scientists just like biomed and I think doing a year in industry will put you over everyone else and give you a better shot of getting in when you apply for it.
You just need to know it's very competitive and have you considered applying for the PTP? It's a potential alternative and I feel like it's not known much so why not give it a shot?
Thank you so much!! I was worried that just the bsc wouldn't be enough and i would need to get an bsc hons from a different uni despite holloway being my firm and yes i will absolutely look into PTP thanks again xx
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