Podiatrists are independent, highly-skilled healthcare professionals who assess, diagnose and treat disorders affecting the foot and lower limb. A number of exciting opportunities exist following completion of the undergraduate degree to work within the NHS or private sectors. For postgraduate students we offer advanced training in specialist areas.

Our State-of-the-art Interprofessional Clinical Simulation Centre on-campus enables students to develop their clinical skills, and work interprofessionally in a simulated environment prior to utilising those skills in the clinical environment. Students also train in our purpose-built clinical teaching facilities based within NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde, Southern General Hospital, Glasgow.

Our students have an option to undertake an academic exchange programme in Melbourne, Australia. GCU is the only AHP programme in the UK to offer a Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) approved exchange.

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  • Physiotherapy

    • 2019/20
    • MSc
    Award:
    • MSc
    Start date:
    • Sep 2019
    Glasgow campus. Learn in state-of-the-art facilities, study the latest in clinical research and get leading-edge training in our MSc Physiotherapy programme.
  • Podiatry

    • 2019/20
    • BSc (Hons)
    Award:
    • BSc (Hons)
    Start date:
    • Sep 2019
    Become a podiatrist providing treatment and diagnosing problems affecting the feet and lower limbs. Study podiatry at degree level and enjoy problem solving, practical work and being innovative.
  • Award:
    • MSc
    Start date:
    • Jan 2020
    Glasgow campus. Accredited by the College of Podiatry in London and offered in collaboration with Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh, this part-time programme prepares you to pursue a successful career in advanced practice or podiatric surgery.
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