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Why choose BSc (Hons) Podiatry with the University of Plymouth?

Why choose BSc (Hons) Podiatry with the University of Plymouth?

NEWS

11 Jun, 2018

Podiatry is a rewarding healthcare profession involving understanding of musculoskeletal function and the diagnosis and treatment of patients with lower limb issues.

BSc (Hons) Podiatry

On this programme, you will learn about the key concepts and theories of podiatric practice, including anatomy, biomechanics, physiology and podiatric medicine, as well as minor surgery. The programme delivery focuses on work-based learning, as well as practical teaching.

Fee waiver

If you meet our requirement of 120 UCAS tariff points, then you will be eligible to apply for our £1,500 fee waiver, awarded to applicants for their first year of fees.

Your future

As a podiatry graduate, you will be a highly skilled health professional who can work confidently with a variety of different patients in a range of settings. In the 2016 National Student Survey, 95 per cent of our graduates went on to work or undertake further study with an average salary of £21,000 as a result of their qualifications.

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