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Want To Study

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by Zeinab, Sep 21, 2016.

  1. Zeinab

    Zeinab Welcome New Poster


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    Hello everyone,
    I am 36 years old working 4 days a week and have a little son, I have decided to study and use my time and bit of energy that left in me, after few research I have decided to study Podiatry on a full time base. do you guys think it is doable? and also just wondering after you finish your 4 years study, would you need to study further to be able to work or after 4 years you are pretty much eligible to work? Thank you all so much
     
  2. Craig Payne

    Craig Payne Moderator

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    There are plenty of mature age students going through the various University courses in Australia ..... so no problemo!
    After the course, yes thats it; you can work; unless you want to go on and do further study (and you an work while doing that)
    What University are you thinking of?
     
  3. Zeinab

    Zeinab Welcome New Poster

    thank you Craig for your reply, I am thinking of western Sydney University. application will be close on 30th September and I have to make decision as fast as possible :)
     
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