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Bachelor of Podiatry

Are you passionate about footcare, human movement and mobility? How about becoming a qualified podiatrist with the Bachelor of Podiatry. This fantastic degree program teaches you to carry out podiatry work in hospitals, sports clinics, community health centres, rehabilitation clinics, research organisations, and private practice.

The program covers: human anatomy for podiatry, biomedical science, pharmacology, podiatry clinical practice, podiatric surgery and medicine, diabetes and wound management, sports podiatry, and much more. You’ll also gain around 1,000 hours of practical experience and may be eligible for registration with the Podiatry Registration Board of Australia when you graduate.

Enquire now for the full list of admissions criteria, study units, and universities that offer the Bachelor of Podiatry.

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Delivery mode:
On Campus

Average duration:
36 months

Nationally recognised training


This course can help you get a job as:

Job Title
Average Salary
$1,640 weekly pay
$1,350 weekly pay

This course can help you progress to:

Job Title
Average Salary
$1,350 weekly pay
$1,350 weekly pay
$1,350 weekly pay
$1,350 weekly pay
$1,350 weekly pay

Please note that weekly pay figures are estimates only of what you could possibly earn.

Nationally Recognised Training

This is a nationally recognised course delivered by Registered Training Organisations (RTOs). RTOs are strictly regulated by the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA). This guarantees you will be studying a quality-assured and nationally recognised qualification.

Recognition of Prior Learning

RTOs are also able to offer Recognition of Prior Learning for work experience or formal qualifications you may have undertaken to shorten the time you have to study. Ask a course provider for more details during the enrolment process.

Payment Options

Course providers may offer flexible payment options for those who do not wish (or are unable) to pay their tuition fees outright. There is usually a discount for those who pay their tuition fees upfront.

Enquire with a course provider to find out more.