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Glasgow Caledonian University or Queen Margaret University?

Discussion in 'United Kingdom' started by scotpod, May 20, 2013.

  1. scotpod

    scotpod Welcome New Poster


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    Hi There,

    I have conditional offers from both Glasgow Caledonian and Queen Margaret Universities to study podiatry this september. However, I am unable to choose which one to study at. I was wondering if any podiatrists and current students have had experience from either of these universities and help me come to a decision.

    Many Thanks

    scotpod
     
  2. Rob Kidd

    Rob Kidd Well-Known Member

    Go to their websites: look up the staff that belong to the two courses, and read their CV's. Now make a judgement.
     
  3. ldrummond

    ldrummond Welcome New Poster

    Hi there I did my podiatry training at QMU in Edinburgh,The tutors were all very good and will give you as much help and support as they possibly can I was a mature student and loved every minuet of my training.I hpe you enjoy your training no matter where you decide to go. Good luck,
    Laura Drummond.
     
  4. DTT

    DTT Well-Known Member

    I completed a course at GCU last year including clinical sessions at the Southern General pod dept.
    I can only say the course was enjoyable with knowledgeable friendly staff and modern surroundings. All the students I saw and spoke to seemed happy and enjoying the course.
    Hope that helps
    Cheers
    D;)
     
  5. lucycool

    lucycool Active Member

    Hi,
    I went to QMU and enjoyed it, but I think it may be the same everywhere - some staff are great, some are.. not so great.. Its what you put in that counts, if you "geek it" you'll do well where ever you go! Good Luck!
    Lucy
     
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