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    How much does it cost per year?? :confused:

    Just curious!

    Thanks,

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    Depends on the course,

    *for BSc courses - nothing, the government/NHS funds them
    *for MSc courses, (pre-registration) - no fees in England and Wales as it's NHS funded, but in Scotland you do need to pay and its about £6k a year (for a 2yr course)
    *for MSc courses which are specifically to specialise in a field of physio after you've done a BSc- they vary but I think are about £4-6k pr year (usually 1 yr only)
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    (Original post by SamJL)
    Depends on the course,

    *for BSc courses - nothing, the government/NHS funds them
    *for MSc courses, (pre-registration) - no fees in England and Wales as it's NHS funded, but in Scotland you do need to pay and its about £6k a year (for a 2yr course)
    *for MSc courses which are specifically to specialise in a field of physio after you've done a BSc- they vary but I think are about £4-6k pr year (usually 1 yr only)
    The above only applies to 'Home' students (UK and EU). Danni_bella is in Oz...

    Danni_bella - it depends on where you apply, as each place is free to set it's own 'overseas fees'.

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    Oh yes, sorry, those figures are for UK students... triple it for international!
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    (Original post by Fluffy)
    The above only applies to 'Home' students (UK and EU). Danni_bella is in Oz...

    Danni_bella - it depends on where you apply, as each place is free to set it's own 'overseas fees'.

    fxxx
    Yeah it's ok, I've got it all worked out now - I'm defo staying here in Aus to study physio lol lol.

    I just got all exited when another member on here (I think it was JackieS) mentioned something about 3k per year physio in the UK, but then I was silly not to convert it into $Aus, which would be much more lol.

    Plus if it's triple for international students, well...

    Even though I wasn't impressed at the $19-$20K p/yr price over here, at least it's in Aussie dollars!! :eek: And I can always get a loan from the govt. whereas it would be out of the question over in the UK.

    Anyway thanks for that, I guess it was just wishful thinking when I saw the lower K prices (ie. 3 and 6, versus 20), but didn't do all the adding up and converting :eek:

    Hehe

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    Yep it's all good - just got an email from the Australian Physiotherapy Association who tell me that there are a few uni's here which offer Master Entry Uni Courses, so I'm right! :p: They are: University of Queensland, University of Newcastle (NSW), University of South Australia, Curtin University of Technology (WA :eek: ), and of course the University of Canberra.

    Just a BIT disappointed that it's not offered in Melbourne Oh well, and in the ACT it's gonna be 20K next year (PER year, so still the same problem).

    I've yet to find out the other places prices and duration of courses. Need exact figures, but how I'm going to do this is beyond me

    Searching for this info on the internet is like trying to find a needle in a haystack :/

    I might have to give them all a ring, but the expense :eek: (long distance, lol).
 
 
 

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