Professionally accredited by The Institute of Biomedical Science, so you can enrich your skills and qualifications sought by employers
Ideal progression route for graduates of the Biomedical Science BSc or other bioscience disciplines - enhances your career prospects in the bioscience and biotechnology industries
Enables Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) registered biomedical scientists to increase their opportunities for progression within pathology services
Develop your critical thinking skills as well as your ability to design, execute and present findings of research
Developed in conjunction with local health trusts you will be taught by a team of experienced practitioner-based academic staff and researchers and benefit from lectures by visiting HCPC registered experts; ensuring your learning is relevant to current practice
Opportunities to tailor the course content specifically to your career interests
Interacting with other healthcare professionals in the field will allow you to develop transferrable skills and give you a more holistic view
Extensive NHS links with NHS pathology centres to develop your understanding of the sector
DMU is a university ranked Gold in the 2017 Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF),the only Government-endorsed measure of teaching quality in higher education.
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This course will enhance career prospects for graduates of Biomedical Science or other bioscience disciplines, and will enable HCPC registered biomedical scientists to increase their opportunities for progression within pathology services.
Please be aware that the course by itself does not qualify you for registration as a biomedical scientist. In the UK registration with the HCPC requires evidenced training in a pathology laboratory as well as a relevant degree.
Many of our recent graduates have also progressed on to postgraduate research courses, leading to PhD or professional doctorates in Biomedical Science.
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