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Its been very encuraging to read sitanshu's article particularly when i am abt to leave for aberdeen(Scotland) to do masters in clinical pharmacology. i am told 2 urs work visa is straight away given after the course and 97% do get employed. is it true? secondly with a masters from aberdeen in pharma subject what are my chances of getting into good pharma companies in other countries incl. India? what will be the starting pay scale that i should be looking for? anu

Asked by lakshmi, 19 Aug '07 05:50 pm
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It is not as rosy as it seems with rules changing thick and fast. The UK has a glut of professionals in the medical and pharmaceutical field and are looking to stem the flow sooner than later. Besides with India becoming a participant to the Washington Accord pharmaceutical degree courses in India would be recognized in the UK and other countries for direct employment. Concentrate on your studies and seek work openings. You can then gather some work experience and think about moving elsewhere.
Answered by Saj Sierra, 20 Aug '07 01:33 am

 
  
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