Let’s Talk Money


There are two key elements to consider:

How much will it cost me to get my qualifications?

How much can I earn once I am qualified?


So let’s look at each one of these in more detail.

How much will it cost me to get my qualifications?


Student Finance

The cost to individual students will vary depending on where you choose to study, your individual finacial situation and the lifestyle you want to have.

The following links may help you to calculate the rough cost of your degree.

Working to pay your way

Many students look to minimise their student debt and pay their way through university by working part-time.

 

How much can I earn once I am qualified?

Putting a number to it is not that easy but here are a few examples.


Working in the NHS

  • Podiatrist (band 5) £22,128 to £28,746
  • Specialist podiatrist (band 6) £26,565 to £35,577
  • Team leader, Advanced podiatrist (band 7) £31,696 to £41,787
  • Specialist Registrar in Podiatric Surgery or Consltant Podiatrist in Podiatric Medicine (band 8 a – d) £40,428 to £83,258
  • Consultant Podiatric Surgeon (band 9) £79,415 to £100,431

Working in Private Practice

  • Working in a private practice you can earn around £20,000 – £50,000 per annum
  • Owning a successful single chair private practice you can earn around £50,0000 – £250,000
  • Owning a successful multi-chair private practice you can earn around £100,000 – £500,000
  • Owning a successful multi-site private practice you can earn around £150,000 – £1,000,000+

All of the above figures were collated in February 2018.