FANTASTIC – You’ve passed your Biology exams
CONGRATULATIONS ! ! !
BUT what are you going to do with your new biology qualification?
Stuck & not sure what’s next for you?
Then take this quick quiz
DO YOU WANT TO –
- Build on your biology knowledge and use it in a practical way? YES / NO
- Go to University to gain a vocational qualification? YES / NO
- Do a course that will give you a 91%* chance of securing employment after graduation? YES / NO
- Work in healthcare? YES / NO
- Have a career that gives you flexibility in the hours, days & locations you work? YES / NO
- Get the choice of different areas of clinical specialism to work in? YES / NO
- Be able to work in the NHS, the private sector, or even run your own business? YES ? NO
- Help people improve their quality of life? YES ? NO
If you answered YES to all of those questions (or even 5 out of 6) then I have some great news for you.
There are PLACES AVAILABLE NOW IN UCAS CLEARING to study for a degree in podiatry.
To find out more about Podiatry then spend just 2 minutes with Dave James & let him explain
What to do Next
If that has got you thinking about how you might be able to put your biology qualifications to good use in podiatry why not find out more.
Here’s what you need to do next:
- Check which institutions still have places on offer for this year by checking the UCAS clearing website. Click the button.
Once on the UCAS web page you’ll just need to tell select where you live, from the drop down menu, and enter Podiatry into the course title box and click search. UCAS will give you a full list of the podiatry schools that still have places available for 2017 entry.
- Then I’d contact the specific school of podiatry you are interested in applying to, and speak to their admissions tutor. They will be able to answer all of your questions.
You can use this link to get the contact details for all of the podiatry courses in the UK.
Just scroll down to the “Find a Course” section & click on the podiatry school you are interested. You’ll get a pop up with all of the contact details you need.
- That’s it – you should then have all the information you need to decide if podiatry is the way you want to use your biology qualification and where you could apply via UCAS clearing for a place on a course starting this year.
*Clearly employment rates vary from year to your & there is no guarantee what the situation will be when you graduate.
We wish you well in your search for what comes next after your biology qualification.
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Until next time
The Podiatry Careers Team
Photo credit Samuel Zeller