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    So I'm from Sweden but lived in England/london for about 1 year and 6/7 months.

    I'm about to start university in September, but I'm not sure and still deciding about the courses.

    I applied for sport and exercise science but I would like to do physiotherapist, but can't apply for that cause I don't have a levels in biology.
    I been doing some reasearch about sport and exercise science but I'm thinking I don't want to take loan and do something that's not good money when I have my degree.

    I'm a basketball player, played professional in Sweden, so I'm really into sports.
    But as a person I like to do different everyday, that's why I don't really know what I wanna do and become.

    I applied in Sweden as a sport management and got the offer.
    I could do business management but I'm not sure what I want to do. I read about sport and exercise science got the offer and scholarship but not feeling it after I read about it.
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    So I'm from Sweden but lived in England/london for about 1 year and 6/7 months.

    I'm about to start university in September, but I'm not sure and still deciding about the courses.

    I applied for sport and exercise science but I would like to do physiotherapist, but can't apply for that cause I don't have a levels in biology.
    I been doing some reasearch about sport and exercise science but I'm thinking I don't want to take loan and do something that's not good money when I have my degree.

    I'm a basketball player, played professional in Sweden, so I'm really into sports.
    But as a person I like to do different everyday, that's why I don't really know what I wanna do and become.

    I applied in Sweden as a sport management and got the offer.
    I could do business management but I'm not sure what I want to do. I read about sport and exercise science got the offer and scholarship but not feeling it after I read about it.
    You are very sensible to not do a degree you arent interested in. If you arent interested in your choices, then withdraw and take a gap. That will give you time to think. You can always work and earn £ plus get experience.

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    Have had a quick look and if you dont want to do the sports management/ business side, then physiotherapy makes sense. It will have high employability potential either in the public health service or privately.

    From the little I looked at you could just become a physiotherapist and then do an additional Master degree in sports physiotherapy.
    http://www.brunel.ac.uk/study/underg...time-programme
    https://www.prospects.ac.uk/careers-.../physiotherapy

    Masters
    https://courses.leedsbeckett.ac.uk/sportstherapy_msc/
    http://www.salford.ac.uk/pgt-courses...rehabilitation

    Also this pt masters which is distance learning
    http://www.bath.ac.uk/study/pg/programmes/spor-phys/

    That would give you a firm basis of being a full generalist physio along with the specialist masters.

    Alternatively a sports rehabilitation undergraduate degree.

    They do one at Nottingham am sure there are more.

    https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/ugstudy...ilitation.aspx

    Personally I think id get the general physiotherapy qualification to make sure I get a job then do a masters to give me the specialist knowledge and further options.

    The unis I chose are just what came up as examples.

    Sports therapist
    https://www.prospects.ac.uk/job-prof...orts-therapist
 
 
 
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