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Any recommendations for Masters programmes?

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by JadeNicole, Apr 27, 2014.

  1. JadeNicole

    JadeNicole Welcome New Poster


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    Hello, I have been a member of this site throughout my years at university studying the podiatry undergraduate degree. I am now currently looking at masters programmes and was wondering whether anyone could recommend a course they have found particularly enjoyable.

    Firstly, I was wondering whether anyone has completed a master’s programme that wasn’t specifically podiatry, as I have been looking at the sports and mechanics masters and wondered whether they were beneficial. Also, if you have recently completed a course and would recommend it please let me know. I have looked at many MSc’s, and I understand it all depends on what topics I would like to study. My special interests are sport, sport injuries, lower limb biomechanics, gait and injection therapies.

    If you can offer any advice that would be greatly appreciated,

    Many Thanks in advance

    Jade
     
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  3. JadeNicole

    JadeNicole Welcome New Poster

    Thank you for your prompt reply, I have lot's to think about
     
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