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Dreaming of Podiatry

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by podream, Jan 24, 2011.

  1. podream

    podream Member


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    Hi Everyone, I have just discovered the possibility of becoming a Podiatrist and really really want it! Am researching Brighton, Southampton, and UEL as they are the nearest. I will be a mature student with young family so am a bit nervous to commit as I will have a 2 hour (each way) commute. Does anyone have any advice for me? How many actual hours can I expect to spend on campus? Thanks!
     
  2. lucycool

    lucycool Active Member

    Hey,
    I don't know the timetable at those unis but I was a mature student with a young family when I started and it was totally worth it ( I graduated in June) 9 month terms go by in a flash and if you treat it like a full time (ish) job then you'll be fine!!!

    Do it!!

    Lucy
     
  3. podream

    podream Member

    Thanks Luck. I will.
     
  4. podream

    podream Member

    oops I mean Lucy
     
  5. Aries4

    Aries4 Member

    If you can dream it, you can do it!
     
  6. ajs604

    ajs604 Active Member

    Quite a few people on my course had abit of a commute. You might find people in similar positions to yourself once you join the course so may be the possibility of sharing travel or having occassional over night stays with fella course members during exams times. Good luck with it! I am an ex southampton student BTW - now living in Aus - no regrets!
     
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