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Full masters or Pg Dip

Discussion in 'Teaching and Learning' started by sdrpod, Aug 5, 2015.

  1. sdrpod

    sdrpod Member


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    Hello All

    I was hoping some of you may be able to provide some advice. Currently I am doing some masters modules about to start my 3rd this September in biomechanics msk. What I would like to know is in applying for future jobs is there really much difference between a pg dip and a full masters from an employer perspective?

    I do plan to do the injections via ultrasound in Bournemouth but I don't want to do this till after the above.

    Thank you for any responses in advance
     
  2. Ella Hurrell

    Ella Hurrell Active Member

    Hi sdrpod
    In terms of NHS employment, most of Band 7 posts/job descriptions state "Masters level qualifications" as an essential point. You could interpret that as having a PgCert, PgDip or full MSc. Having done it myself, I would recommend finishing the whole thing if you are able. Totally worth it. Good luck!
     
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