Psychology undergraduate considering patent and regulatory work

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Psychology undergraduate considering patent and regulatory work

Postby Bob L. » Thu Dec 21, 2006 8:59 pm


I am an psychology and philosophy of science undergraduate at a good (not cambridge/oxford) uk university. If I could ask: what are my chances of finding work in regulatory affairs or patents, especially if I complete the IP MSc? I expect to get a 2.1 or 2.2, due to poor health. Most adverts ask for experience or part qualification, would work as an administrator allow me to apply? Is previous work in law administration necessary for the role of patenet admninistartor or regulatory assistant?

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