Podiatrists study the structure and function of the whole body and specialise in the foot, ankle and lower limb.
On graduating, you'll be a qualified healthcare professional making your own clinical decisions. You'll be ready to work alone or as part of a multi-disciplinary team to deliver preventative care, diagnosis and treatment of a wide range of problems affecting the lower limb.
You'll be taught about anatomy, physiology and pathology, and how the body reacts to illness and injury — with a special focus on feet and lower limb problems.
Remember, because there are no general education courses, you can earn a bachelor's degree in only 3 years at UEL.