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Transfer to Uni of Birmingham for MSci Physiotherapy

I am studying BSc physiotherapy first year at Brunel University and I want to transfer to University of Birmingham MSci physiotherapy second year.
Has anyone tried transferring to uob for this course?
Original post by Poohandhoney
I am studying BSc physiotherapy first year at Brunel University and I want to transfer to University of Birmingham MSci physiotherapy second year.
Has anyone tried transferring to uob for this course?


You need to phone Birmingham to see if they accept second year transfers. Then read the first post in the following thread:

https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/showthread.php?t=1781424
Don't think they do, they only start training you starting from year 1, never seen anyone transfer but don't take my word for it
Reply 3
May I know why you wanna switch uni? Is it bad or something?
Thinking about Brunel Physio as firm choice
Reply 4
Original post by ivangai
May I know why you wanna switch uni? Is it bad or something?
Thinking about Brunel Physio as firm choice

I'm also 1st year physio at Brunel and I love it. Obviously I dont know the persons reasons for wanting to transfer but I've never had a bad experience. All the lecturers are lovely and so supportive and we have our own purpose built building so the facilities are really good too. All the practical classes are done in smaller groups as well which is really nice so you make really close friends and all the teachers know you by name which makes it feel a lot more like a family. It also has a large teaching team which is amazing because you're never taught by someone who isnt a specialist in that field so we're really lucky!
Reply 5
Original post by Tam.I
I'm also 1st year physio at Brunel and I love it. Obviously I dont know the persons reasons for wanting to transfer but I've never had a bad experience. All the lecturers are lovely and so supportive and we have our own purpose built building so the facilities are really good too. All the practical classes are done in smaller groups as well which is really nice so you make really close friends and all the teachers know you by name which makes it feel a lot more like a family. It also has a large teaching team which is amazing because you're never taught by someone who isnt a specialist in that field so we're really lucky!


That’s really good to know! Thanks!

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