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The UCAS Guide to Getting into Sports Science and Physiotherapy
Information on Careers, Entry Routes and Applying to University and College in 2013
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This reputable guide was written by experts at UCAS in conjunction with Based on UCAS' latest applicant statistics, sport science and physiotherapy continue to be some of the most competitive subjects, and it is, therefore, difficult to secure places on courses. The application and selection process can be challenging and rigorous; so the application requires thorough preparation and proper research. The guide gives information on trends, salaries and working conditions, as well as graduate destinations, which show what graduates do after they complete their course. It offers case studies from professionals in these subject areas, gives thorough information on entry routes and qualifications, and advises on what funding is available. Practical advice is given on how to choose an institution and how they choose you, including how to prepare for an interview. The whole applicant journey through UCAS is explained, including information for international students. As an added bonus, the book includes a list of courses in sport science and physiotherapy offered by different universities and colleges.
Further information about these courses is available on UCAS and university and college websites.


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ISBN-13: 9781908077196
Publisher: University & College Admissions Service (UCAS)
Publication date: June, 2012
Pages: 350
Dimensions: 153.00 x 233.00 x 18.00
Weight: 337g
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Subcategories: Physiotherapy


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