8 semesters, degree awarded: Physiotherapist (Bachelor)
The Faculty of Health Sciences and Social Studies admits close to 20 per year to the English-Language Programme.
The aim of the programme is to train professionals:
▪ who are able to perform science-based measurements, evaluations, to develop evidence-based protocols and to carry out professional leadership.
▪ who have a wide range of knowledge in life sciences, health sciences, nursing- and nutrition science, medicine- and social sciences.
▪ who have preventive-, diagnostic- and therapeutic competences in the fields of complex physiotherapy.
The programme is based on 7+1 semesters: 1-4 semesters beside others consist of basic subjects, professional theory and practice. 5-7 semesters include applied clinical physiotherapy knowledge and the last semester consists of different supervised clinical placements for developing professional skills. Being a practice-oriented profession the practical courses take place in small groups. During the study time students have the opportunity to get acquainted with special complex therapeutic methods.
3. You are also eligible to complete your online application and sit for an entrance examination if you are in your final year but have not received your School Leaving Certificate or Diploma yet. In this case, you must present proof that you are attending high school.
4. Applicants are allowed to participate in a maximum of two examinations in one application period if the chance is offered by the Faculty.
If you are applying to the Physiotherapist Programme only, the entrance examination will cover just the assessment of your English language proficiency.
In case of parallel application to the General Medicine, Dental Medicine or Pharmacy Programmes, you need to participate in the regular entrance examination.
5. Holders of the following degrees can be exempted from sitting for the entrance examination: Motivational interview might be required!
Predicted A2 level grades of the second semester are considered for conditional acceptance.
GCE AS/O level grades are not considered to meet university requirements.
In your final year, predicted grades of the second semester are considered for conditional acceptance.