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going to study poditary.

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by Leigh87, Jul 22, 2014.

  1. Leigh87

    Leigh87 Welcome New Poster


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    Hi I'm Leigh, I am 28 and I'm about to study poditary! Well in a few months. I work in aged care and I have always wanted a technical, specific medical type of degree.


    Just wondering, if you work hard and get good grades, are the real chances of getting a job offered before you graduate, for when you graduate?

    My friend failed some of her classes yet still has a job offer already for when she graduates. She is in her third year......


    I am really excited about next year. My ATAR is 92.5 and still relevant at my particular university and the ATAR for porous only 70. Does this mean not many students want to do it? I hope so because I don't want the market to become saturated the way it seems to have become for poor pharmecy grads!



    Any words of wisdom? I would love to hear from poditary graduates in Australia about their experiences with graduating and how easily it was to secure a job and also, if you don't mind, the starting salary.


    Thanks in advance :)
     
  2. ProspectivePod

    ProspectivePod Active Member

    Hi Leigh,

    Whilst I cannot help with any specifics unfortunately, (I'm hoping to study podiatry next year :D) I wanted to wish you luck and a big :welcome: and hope you thoroughly enjoy the course.

    Ash
     
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