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SPANISH MASTERS OF PODIATRIC SURGERY

Discussion in 'General Issues and Discussion Forum' started by Little Sesamoid, Apr 8, 2013.

  1. Little Sesamoid

    Little Sesamoid Active Member


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    Hi All,

    Just a quick message to ask aif any knows any details about the masters of podiatric surgery offered through the university of Barcelona in spain.

    If anyone can help with the following queries, that would be wonderful.

    How long has the course been running?

    What are the subjects/units that are included in the course?

    Does completion of the masters allow one to practice foot and ankle surgery in spain?

    What are the fees like for international students?

    I guess this is a good start. Any help would be wonderful.

    And a big thank you for any help in advance.

    Kind Regards,

    LS
     
  2. Little Sesamoid

    Little Sesamoid Active Member

    Just further on from the original post................................does anyone know of any practicing pod surgeons in spain?

    Thanks,

    LS
     
  3. Carmen Naranjo

    Carmen Naranjo Welcome New Poster

    Hi

    you can check most of your questions in the web page of the Univerity of Barcelona

    www.ub.edu

    It's avalaible in english.

    Regards

    Carmen
     
  4. Jose Antonio Teatino

    Jose Antonio Teatino Well-Known Member

    OFFICIAL MASTERS - Podiatric Surgery-minimal invasive surgery
    Catholic University of Valencia - AEMIS
    The March 25 open enrollment period.
    This Official Master validated by ANECA is unique in the world, the result of tireless efforts on providing the highest AEMIS degree this surgical specialty.
    Places are reduced, to maintain high quality in the preparation of the participants.

    https://www.ucv.es/estudios_introduccion.asp?t=166&g=2&f=1
     
  5. Little Sesamoid

    Little Sesamoid Active Member

    Thank you for your replies,

    I have accessed the university of Barcelona's web site, however, there is very little information regarding the course.

    I have emailed the course director and hopefully will get a bit more information.

    Thank you again,

    LS
     
  6. Harry Podder

    Harry Podder Member

    Hi,
    I was just wondering if any Spanish Institutions actually run Podiatric Surgical training courses taught in English? I am sure this idea would suit many English speakers around the world who find training posts difficult to obtain or pursue in their own countries?
    I would certainly be interested in this as an option.

    Cheers,
    HP
     
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