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Hey, so I would like to get into the PA course in September of 2021. I live in the Midlands and so I don’t want to go to far from home only because I’d like to save a lot more money. I am currently on my 3rd year of university and I was wondering about DMU as a university for the PA course. I haven’t heard anyone talk about their experience with learning in DMU for this course and I am extremely curious. Is this uni not a good uni for it?? Does anyone know, is currently or has studied for a PA course at DMU??
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Hey, so I would like to get into the PA course in September of 2021. I live in the Midlands and so I don’t want to go to far from home only because I’d like to save a lot more money. I am currently on my 3rd year of university and I was wondering about DMU as a university for the PA course. I haven’t heard anyone talk about their experience with learning in DMU for this course and I am extremely curious. Is this uni not a good uni for it?? Does anyone know, is currently or has studied for a PA course at DMU??
Hi there! Great to see that you are interested in De Montfort University as an option to complete your postgraduate studies. We offer a fantastic PA course here at DMU. Many of our own students interested in PA studies who are studying related undergraduate sciences courses, often stay on to complete their postgraduate studies with us. You can find out more about the course from a Senior Lecturer on the programme here - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VXDfBfAbyhM Hope this helps, if you have any further questions please do get in touch!

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Hardip,
Health and Life Sciences Marketing Team, De Montfort University
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