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What shall i do biomedical science or pharmacy? help?

Well, i initially applied through UCAS to local uni’s for pharmacy because i didn’t want to leave home. And I was unsuccessful because they said there was a lot of competition from mature students. So, then i applied for biomedical science at the local uni’s and i got in.
And now after results days, my place on the biomedical science course has been confirmed, but I’ve exceeded the requirements so i was thinking of changing my course to pharmacy but there’s only spaces in sunderland and wolverhampton. And these places are so far, like 4 hours away from home, and i’ve always said i don’t want to go far away from home.
But, then pharmacy is what ive always wanted to do.
What shall i do?
Can someone give me some advice, because i’ve been told that there aren’t any jobs in biomedical science either so what shall i do, so i’m going to have to leave home then anyway. which one do you think is better for jobs and furture opportunities.
please help.
I’ve spoken to my mum and she said its up to me, and she’ll support in whatever i do and she said, you’ve got the opportunity to do pharmacy now so why are you going to let it go.
thanks in advance

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  • Betty says:

    As you wish to study within the comforts of your home enrolling in the university as a private student and studying through books, journals and online study materials you can get proctored your exams for biomedical courses.The university can always accommodate you for the practical sessions and allow you to appear for the practical exams too.One such course in Anatomy and Physiology is being offered by Dr.James Ross.

    April 22, 2014 at 10:56 am
  • Eve says:

    I studied biomedical science. It’s not really just one subject but a mixture of everything including physiology, anatomy, pharmacology, molecular biology etc. So you study a bit of everything in first year and then pick an area on which to focus. Have you considered pharmacology? This would involve learning material similar to what you would learn in a pharmacy degree, the difference being that you could go on to actually develop and test drugs working for huge drug companies like GSK rather than just dispensing drugs. If, at the end you decided that research wasn’t for you, then you are in a very good position to get into pharmacy school as a graduate. I have a friend who studied pharmacology and she was pretty much top of the list for every pharmacy degree she applied for.

    April 22, 2014 at 10:59 am
  • Max Molyneux says:

    Pharmacy offers more likely employment, so relocating for a few years would be worth the cost.

    April 22, 2014 at 11:57 am

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