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Discussion in 'Introductions' started by DevosArne, Nov 2, 2015.

  1. DevosArne

    DevosArne Member


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    Hello,

    let me introduce myself as the admins have asked.
    My name is Arne Devos i'm 22 years old and i am a last year student podiatry at the Artevelde College Ghent, Belgium.
    As you could have guessed, i am from Belgium. I speak dutch, english and french more or less fluently and i understand a bit of german, but most of the threads are in english is guess.

    I was referred to this page by a teacher of mine, who said this is the place to be if you want to learn more about podiatry in a more personal opinion. I hope i can learn alot from this page to be a better podiatrist in the future, because i still have alot of questions and in a half year i am a graduated podiatrist.

    Thank you,
    Devos Arne
    Student podiatry
     
  2. quirkyfoot

    quirkyfoot Active Member

    Hi Devos and welcome!

    Just wondering, how is the demand for podiatry in Belgium? Is there a lot of work?

    I was planning a working holiday in Europe and would love to try my hand in Belgium too.

    Kind Regards,

    Paul.
     
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