What do you like most about your course?
The best thing about my course is the facilities provided by the University like the Gait Lab, Academic English Coaching and online library access. Also, the staff are brilliant and very approachable - they will go out of their way to help you out. The curriculum covers everything in my area of interest and gives me an opportunity to evolve further. The various seminars conducted lend their helping hand in preparing me for the journey ahead.
The facilities and the staff have made my transition from India to Manchester a piece of cake – it is something I really adore and will always be grateful for.
What skills do you feel you have gained during your studies at Manchester Met?
I have gained immense confidence in dealing with patients, have learnt the correct way of carrying out research and now I feel I have developed the skill of getting into every minute detail of every disease or finding and getting the best solution possible.
What is your top tip for other students looking to study this course at Manchester Metropolitan University?
My top tip for the interested students will be to not worry and don’t hesitate to ask questions to clear their doubts before coming. Also, try to attend as many webinars as possible, which the University arranges for new applicants. It will take care of all your concerns. Also, study well about the various facilities like English Coaching, which would be required and helpful for your course and you can join them as soon as you start with your term. Just don’t stress too much, always keep your smile and confidence with you and you will be perfectly fine.