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International student studying podiatry

Discussion in 'General Issues and Discussion Forum' started by Nasser, Jul 19, 2021.

  1. Nasser

    Nasser Welcome New Poster


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    Hello

    I am an international student and I have an offer to study podiatry at the university of Brighton, I am not sure if this is the right choice as podiatry as a profession is not particularly known in my country so I would like to know about the job prospects of podiatry in UK as well as other countries as I have heard that it is in demand in countries like Singapore and Hong Kong but I have also heard from some that it is saturated and job opportunities are limited and not the same as physiotherapy or nursing .

    Thank you
     
  2. William Fowler

    William Fowler Active Member

    Job prospects around the world seem to be pretty good at the moment. You do see comments in different places that people are struggling to find staff.
     
  3. Nasser

    Nasser Welcome New Poster

    Thank you for your reply, really appreciate it
     
  4. Hi there,

    The NHS is always recruiting, and there is a good demand for private practitioners as well. The University of Brighton is a good choice to study at.
     
  5. Nasser

    Nasser Welcome New Poster

    Thank you for your reply, really appreciate it
     
  6. Suz the student

    Suz the student Welcome New Poster

    Whereabouts are you from? And where are you willing to go? I am a first year student in Australia and someone in my class is apparently being sponsored by his home country (Saudi Arabia) to study here as they have a shortage of practitioners. I think I've somewhere heard that the Middle East is in general short of podiatrists...so a) study podiatry and b) learn Arabic and you'll be right as rain ;)
     
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