Positive: the course is structured very well. Staffs are generally nice
My advice to future students is: The course is very intensive so be prepared
Positives: Learning a lot of new things, getting taught by some of the best people in the field, being able to help people
Negatives: It's alot of hard work, feels like am putting in alot of hours of study compared to my friends doing other degrees
My advice to future students is: To make sure that its something you are able to dedicate yourself to, and that's its definitely not a course you can slack off in
Positives: A course where I feel I'm actually being prepared to be medical professional with a certain job to do - not just studying abstract science etc. Everyone in the course has worked hard to be there and as such are really passionate about physio. Not only are they great group members, but make good friends too
Negatives: It's not hard to get into just because it's popular! You WILL be doing hard subjects that require hard work and study if you don't have a knack for science or learning heavy content
My advice to future students is: If you study regularly and keep on top of your assessment, you will really enjoy this course! And of course, you have to be passionate about what you'll eventually be doing
Positives: There is a small cohort so you get to know everyone really well and make lots of friends. Also the lecturers are for the most part very highly trained and have specialised in the area so you learn from the best.
Negatives: Lots of contact hours and exams.
My advice to future students is: Be organised with your uni work. Make as many friends as you can as studying in groups is always more fun and productive.
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