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So I am going to apply to do physiotherapy at university. I have been trying to find articles, books and documentaries to really give me a full understanding as I haven't started my work experience yet. Youtube is okay however lot's of the videos are quite old and I wanted a more updated perspective about the realities of:
- working in the UK or abroad
- Degree expectations and workload and difficulty
- Opportunities
- Different areas of specialised work
- What kind of wider learning such as books and documentaries can I find that can help with my application
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Hi there. The University of South Wales offers a Masters is chiropractic, graduates will work in the private sector either setting up their own clinic, or joining an established chiropractic clinic. Here is a video, if this might be of interest. Many thanks Rebecca https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ppftm2Y4Tto

For personal statement advice, I would do some research into physiotherapy, looking at evidence-based practice in the field. Write about how your sciences subjects you are currently studying will help you on the degree course. Communication, team working and leadership skills are all important in this field, so try and use examples of when you have been able to demonstrate these in your PS. Good luck, let me know if I can help further Rebecca
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Hi there. The University of South Wales offers a Masters is chiropractic, graduates will work in the private sector either setting up their own clinic, or joining an established chiropractic clinic. Here is a video, if this might be of interest. Many thanks Rebecca https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ppftm2Y4Tto

For personal statement advice, I would do some research into physiotherapy, looking at evidence-based practice in the field. Write about how your sciences subjects you are currently studying will help you on the degree course. Communication, team working and leadership skills are all important in this field, so try and use examples of when you have been able to demonstrate these in your PS. Good luck, let me know if I can help further Rebecca
Okay thank you so much!!!

I was wondering do you personally have any tips for the interview stage
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We do not interview for this course, but here are some interview hints and tips for our nursing applicants which may be of help, as these tips can be used for all health care professions. Good luck, let me know if I can help further Rebecca

Here is the link to our Chiropractic course I mentioned https://www.southwales.ac.uk/courses...-chiropractic/
Nursing Interview and PS advice here https://www.southwales.ac.uk/study/s...on-applicants/
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Good luck. Make notes.
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