Biomedical Science at King's College London is perhaps the most tailored, flexible degree available. The first year of the course is comprised of 7 compulsory modules, whereby some are fascinating and new (like pharmacology, cell biology, biochemistry) whereas some are unfortunately 99% repeats of A-Level material, particularly chemistry. These modules do, however, make life a lot easier to achieve higher marks in your first year.For the second and third years however, you have a free range of modules that cover subjects all across the biomedical spectrum. Endocrinology, microbiology, embryology, neuropharmacology - King's offers a plethora of very specific and interesting modules that go hand in hand with all the key biomedical sciences they offer: pharmacology, neuroscience, biochemistry, anatomy.The course is taught excellently, although there are some modules are naturally taught better than others. There is a fair amount of transparency whereby when selecting your modules in yrs 2 and 3, you are able to view feedback from previous student's on modules you may be interested in. The university encourages informed decisions and provides neverending support with career prospects.