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Discussion in 'Introductions' started by shellyc, Mar 30, 2011.

  1. shellyc

    shellyc Welcome New Poster


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    I am just wondering can anyone recommend a university that do distance learning in a bsc degree in chiropody in the uk. Was going to do the foot health care practioner but feel the bsc degree would be better. thanks everyone
     
  2. Lizzy1so

    Lizzy1so Active Member

    As far as i know there are no distance learining courses for a BSc in Podiatry. This is probably because the quality of learning is much higher at university and very poor for correspondence. Where do you live? There are several excellent universities were you can study. Dont be tempted to dumb down and do a correspondence course. Good luck.
     
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