I did my graduation with BSc (Medical) now I want to do masters except MSc(medical)... So now for which stream I chose give me some suggestions for Master and also confirm how many bands are required?
Asked by Pinky Pandey 12 months ago
If you want to pursue a BSc after your BSc in medical, then you have a lot of opportunities out there, but as far as I know, there are not many streams that would complement your BSc in medical degree, except one, don’t worry we will discuss that as well, but for now, know this there are mostly two bands that are required to study in the foreign countries, these include IELTS and TOEFL, there are other bands as well, but they are not as much popular as these two. For master's degrees, an IELTS score of around 6.5 or 67 is considered to be the best, and for TOEFL, a score of 90 is considered to be the best.
So, as I have already mentioned that there are not many streams that may complement your BSc in medical, but there is one field that will definitely help you in climbing up the ladder, and that is an MBA, I know this is very cliche, but you cannot deny on the fact that MBA is a very fruitful program that opens the doors for various great roles and responsibilities, an MBA also opens up the doors of the business world for you. But not any random MBA, these are the MBAs that will be very helpful:
MBA in Biotech, clinical research, Pharma, Healthcare, Hospital Management.
The courses that you can pursue after your BSc in Medical are:
- Master of Science in Computational Biology
- Nuclear Medicine Technology
What do you think is the most important thing for a medical student, is it a degree or skills?
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