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    applied physiotherapy at SHU, uk

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    i'm applying for masters in uk and i came through a new course from sheffield hallam university Msc APPLIED PHYSIOTHERAPY. does anyone know about the course and in which way it is different with regular Msc course.

    and the other thing is that i have no HPC registration in their website it is given that minimum of 6.5 bandscore is compulsory for each part in IELTS.to my bad luck i got 6 in writing task with an overall band score of 7.will they accept this score or want to take another ielts test.

    any reply regarding this will help me alot.

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    Re: applied physiotherapy at SHU, uk

    Hi prem,

    We would like to thank you for your post. Unfortunately the nature of this post is that it uses abbreviations that does not provide us with enough information to give an educated response. e.g. Who is SHU - I can guess but this is not very informative. A small amount of time writing a detailed and interesting posting will result in many more friendly and beneficial responses.

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    sheffield hallam university (shu)

    i'm so sorry that i've thought u people will have an idea of sheffield hallam university as i got a few replies related to this topic.
    anyways, it's a university at sheffield in uk. and my query is about the applied physiotherapy MSc offered by the same university.
    is it worth to take such a course and in what way it is different with the regular MSc physiotherapy?

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    Re: applied physiotherapy at SHU, uk

    HI Prem,
    I'd like to tell u a few things about UK MAsters degree.
    I am a student from SHU and have completed my MSc in Physiotherapy.

    The main differences in Applied Msc and the general MSc in SHU is that Applied MSc does not require you to have a HPC registration. Other MSc Physiotherapy courses would require you to have HPC as they have clinical Postings for some days.

    In Applied you can chose your Spelization in any of the fields. That would depend on your elective modules and last dissertation topic.

    Although you have scored less in IELTS id advice you to make an application to that university. A strong statement of pourpose for joining the course can get you in.
    When doing your MSC it the experience that counts as the learning is to a large extent reflective ie in regards to what kind of pts. you have treated previously.
    Id advice you to have atlest 2-3 yrs experience if you really want to learn something. If not then 1 year minimum is really required to make use of the education system.

    All the best to you
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    Re: applied physiotherapy at Sheffield hallam, uk

    Thank u so much for the reply. I have got an unconditional offer for MSc applied physiotherapy for this sep-intake. but i'm not clear about the syllabus of the course. that's y i was confused to choose this course.

    any ways, thanks a lot for the information.
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