Information for International students
In addition to the attachments required in the application form applicants who are not graduates of this University must submit an original transcript or certified copy of their academic record for all tertiary qualifications to date.
Semester 1 2010: December 11
Semester 1 2010: February 22
This course provides theoretical and clinical knowledge in podiatric surgery beyond the BPodM degree.
Topics include biostatistics, research methodology, practical aspects of elective foot surgery and/or management of the high risk foot, and patient-oriented research, including ethics and communication of research, resulting in a dissertation. It is anticipated graduates will be registered with the Podiatrists Registration Board of WA as a podiatric surgeon or a podiatric physician.
The course consists of 17 units to a total value of 144 points:
(a) All Core units—138 points
(b) one unit from the following list of Options—6 points
1 full-time; 2 part-time
Admission to the Master of requires the following:
All UWA doctorate programs have a necessary minimum level of competence in English.
Professor Alan Bryant
Telephone: (+61 8) 6488 4523