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Where is it best to go, for a post grad in biomechanics?

Discussion in 'Teaching and Learning' started by ELM14, Jun 22, 2013.

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  1. ELM14

    ELM14 Member


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    Hey,

    I'm really interested to do a post grad course/masters in biomechanics. Ideally i'm thinking of Europe or Australia for financial reasons (self funding).

    I would just like to ask around; Where is the best place to do this?

    It really helps having more ideas, thanks in advance!
     
  2. Andrew Ayres

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  3. ELM14

    ELM14 Member

    Yeah that sounds good, it does seem wise to cover a few areas that would benefit you in the world of podiatry.

    I don't live the UK at the moment, so i'm not sure if i can hack the cold/rain anymore, on a daily basis! ;-) Plus i think i want the experience of having a new experience abroad.

    We'll see??
     
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