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Podiatry (BSc)

Award
Bachelor of Science
Typical Offer
BBB View full entry requirements
Duration
3 years
Course Type
Full-time
Campus
Highfield
UCAS Course code
B985

About this course

This BSc Podiatry degree will give you the knowledge and hands-on skills you need to make a positive impact on people’s lives as a podiatrist. As the only Russell Group university in the UK to teach podiatry, we offer a course that is both research-led and student-focused.

As you train to become a podiatrist you'll attend 1,000 hours in placement settings, ranging from the community and acute care to the private and commercial sectors. You'll benefit from the experience of treating real patients under close supervision, and with individual feedback.

Along with learning to diagnose and treat foot and lower limb disorders, you'll be taught about medication and local anaesthesia. You'll also learn to apply research to your clinical practice and undertake a research project in collaboration with research-active supervisors.

All our health science courses have a patient-centred approach. Your training will include ethics and an exploration of how social issues and mental health can influence physical wellbeing.

This course has a strong focus on employability and leadership. You’ll learn how to influence and effect change and develop your innovation and business skills.You'll be eligible to apply for registration as a podiatrist when you graduate.

Accreditations

This course is accredited by:

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The College of Podiatry logo
College of Podiatry
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Health and Care Professions Council logo
Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC)

Course location

This course is based at Highfield.

Awarding body

This qualification is awarded by the University of Southampton.

Download the programme specification

The programme specification sets out the learning outcomes of this course and details how the course is taught and assessed.

In light of COVID-19, we’ve made changes to some elements of course delivery for 2020-21. For details as to how this has changed delivery for this course, please view the Addendum to the Programme Specification PDF.