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Good day ALL! and sound advice needed!

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by ladyrose123456, Jun 2, 2010.

  1. ladyrose123456

    ladyrose123456 Welcome New Poster


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    Good day all!

    I have recently graduated with a polytechnic diploma from Singapore and have been accepted on conditions to the Bachelor of Health Sciences ( Podiatry) in AUT (Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand). It will be really great if you could share about what an undergraduate student in this course can expect realistically. I have an immense interest and intent to pursue Podiatric surgery after graduation. How do I go about doing it? Thank you very much and hope to hear from you all soon!:santa:
     
  2. Hi Ladyrose :welcome: to Podiatry Arena, Everyone will have different thoughts from the courses that they have completed. The teachers are there to guide you and the journey will be individual to you, sometimes it just makes sense other time it takes awhile.

    Early on in your education know your anatomy it´s the key to just about everything we do and some other advice take each 1 step at a time. Ie don´t focus on surg now think about it in 4-5 years time, ie your course and some experience.

    Good luck and finding Podiatry Arena will be a great help know and in the future.
     
  3. ladyrose123456

    ladyrose123456 Welcome New Poster

    Hey thanks for your advice! :D
     
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