3 Others in subjects allied to medicine reviews at Teesside University
Occupational Therapy, BSc
By member1114727 On
14th August 15
Studying occupational therapy has developed me both professionally and personally, my Personal tutor had been very supportive and encouraged me to make good choices. I can not fault the teaching, and the placement opportunities have been so varied.
I don’t actually pay for my course, others do. In year one you’re in uni for four days a week and get quite a lot out of it in second year this goes down to three days (I’m pretty sure) and then third year it mixes between being in one day and two days a week you are given the rest of the time to work on coursework. The course is set out brilliantly but would love some extra placement time!