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    Im looking to go to university after college...but don't no which one of these courses are better...so there's...sport and exercise science...or physiotherapy...

    Just looking to no which is better...
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    Depends. Is physiotherapy vocational? I.e. does it lead to a recognised qualification for working as a physio for, e.g. the NHS? If so, go with job security. Otherwise, SPORTS all the way
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    neither do medicine or a science

    come on lad
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    My friend has just applied to do Physiotherapy, and it's an extremely difficult course to get on to. You have to not only have good grades, but a breadth of work experience and you must show in your interview that you are dedicated to all aspects of the career (many people mistakenly believe that Physio is working with good-looking footballers, when you could be working with all ages and levels of injury).

    So basically, only bother going for Physiotherapy if you are really dedicated and interested; make sure you prepare for your interview well.
 
 
 
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