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Our guide to undergraduate prosthetic courses

Thinking about enrolling on an Undergraduate course in Prosthetic? Read below to discover Undergraduate Prosthetic programmes for you to study, which can vary significantly in length and course content. Most Undergraduate Prosthetic courses run for three years, although the programmes that offer placements or a sandwich year abroad may take four years to complete. To help you choose the ideal Undergraduate Prosthetic degree for you, read the reviews written by current students, plus check out the university profiles and articles online. In the majority of cases, you’ll be able to contact the university directly from our site to request a free Undergraduate prospectus. From there, you can already start planning ahead and look at Postgraduate courses available in the same subject.


Related undergraduate careers: Prosthetist/Orthotist

Prosthetists design and fit artificial limbs (prostheses) to replace limbs that have either been lost through amputation or which were missing at birth. Orthotists design and fit surgical appliances (orthoses) such as braces, callipers, neck collars and splints, which support the patient’s limbs or spine to relieve pain, aid movement or prevent the worsening of physical deformities. The orthoses may be worn permanently by the patient or used temporarily until they no longer need them. They begin by assessing the patient to see how much they are able or unable to do. After...more

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