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    I am thinking about applying for an Operating Department Practitioner course. There seems to be two different types; a DipHE, which takes two years, or a BSc, which takes three. Can someone please explain what the difference is?
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    Hi!
    I'm going to do this course as well!

    The diphe is a diploma in higher education, the bsc hons is a bachelors in science honours degree.. so bsc hons is much better as it is an actual degree and more in depth study which is better for future employment/career prospects than just a diploma.
 
 
 
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