madpraba9300
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Hi,
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I am thinking of combining my love for both medicine and sports by becoming a sports doctor. I did a bit of search over the internet and found out that a MSc in sports medicine is required for that. But I am confused about the qualifications to do the MSc. Is it required to get a MBBS degree to apply for the course? It would be great if someone who is currently engaged in this course or someone who knows about it can give me an answer.
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I'd imagine you'd need a degree in Medicine or a related health science degree (such as Sport's science or Physiotherapy) for that MSc but check the admission criteria. However, if you want to become a sport's and exercise medicine (SEM) physician then of course a medical degree would be required.
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(Original post by Rihan)
I'd imagine you'd need a degree in Medicine or a related health science degree (such as Sport's science or Physiotherapy) for that MSc but check the admission criteria. However, if you want to become a sport's and exercise medicine (SEM) physician then of course a medical degree would be required.
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Hey, I'm taking up SEM at Uni of Nottingham this September. Any advice ?


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