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What is the difference between a 1 year physiotherapy MSc and a 2 year physiotherapy (including pre-registration training)? Like what is pre-registration training and can you do it outside of uni (to save ~£9000)? Is it worth doing the 1 or 2 year course? - Thanks
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Not sure where you have the 1 year from. You do 18 months as an Msc or 3 years as a Bsc. You can only do the 18 month Msc if you have a relevant degree already such as sports science or sports therapy, and it is full on. Very little downtime, Msc level marking etc. Both course ultimately lead to the same registration as a physiotherapist, and both are pre-registration courses. You cannot do either outside of university to my knowledge, and you should expect to work very hard for either, but the Bsc is less of a mad rush from chatting to the various students I have had with me clinically over the years.
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