Opportunities abound for students who successfully graduate with this degree programme in areas of scientific research, as well as professional and technical occupations. Most biochemists are employed as researchers in universities, research institutes and large companies in sectors such as pharmaceuticals. Small companies also employ biochemists to provide specialist services, such as toxicological studies. Biochemistry graduates also go into other sectors, such as commercial and public sector management and business and finance professions.
You can also be employed as: Research Officers in Medical Laboratories
Medical Lab assistant in hospitals
Research officer with Pharmaceutical industry
Applicants must obtain passes in Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Elective Mathematics.