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Discussion in 'Introductions' started by bigfootrich, May 31, 2016.

  1. bigfootrich

    bigfootrich Welcome New Poster

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    My name is Richard and I'm hoping to study podiatry at Brighton next year.

    I'm currently doing an access course, being a mature student at the tender age of 38!

    I'm married, have 2 young kids and live in Kent, so I'm having to fit this all around my family and will have to balance work too. Luckily I'm self employed at the moment so that gives me some flexibility.

    I'm hoping to find a podiatrist, or 2, that are willing to let me shadow them for a while, so that I can see more of what the job entails, and this valuable insight will also be a useful, and essential, addition to my university application and personal statement.

    If anyone can help out then please get in touch.

    Kind regards


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