There are various routes into biomedical science jobs, but I think for those studying the course, this usually requires a year-long placement at an approved lab or the NHS. This is to build up your portfolio and gain enough experience to be registered with HCPC, to work as a 'biomedical scientist'. Some courses do offer lab placement in the final year of your degree. If not, after graduation, you would have to search for trainee biomedical scientist roles that provide on-the-job training for you to complete the portfolio and apply for HCPC registration. Hope this helps!