Degree Choices for someone whos interested in Chemistry

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theoneandonlyyo
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What are some good degree choices for someone who's interested in chemistry and has good job prospects?
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chemistry
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What subjects are you doing alongside chemistry?

You might want to look at:
- pure chemistry
- natural sciences
- chemical engineering
- biochemistry (which is quite bio-heavy)
- medicine/vet med
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Chemistry and medicinal chemistry
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As above, if you're interested in chemistry just do chemistry.

Unless you want to go into a specific field that requires a particular degree (e.g. medicine for medicine, engineering to become an engineer, etc), or requires a particular background (e.g. chemical lab experience for certain types of lab based roles, vs biological lab experience for more biological based roles) then employers don't care what your subject is. If you are just applying to generalist grad schemes in e.g. various business areas, financial services including investment banking or management consulting, law training contracts, most civil service roles, the media etc, then your work experience and how well you can do on assessment centre activities etc, is what matters, not what your degree subject was.
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Chemistry at Bath https://www.bath.ac.uk/courses/under...course-entries
Vitual experiebce - https://vimeo.com/706442208
Careers in Chemistry - https://vimeo.com/688847831
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