Normally, a 2.1 Honours degree (or equivalent) in a biological or behavioural science, sports science or a health-related profession. Your first degree must also have had a research training component and you will have completed an undergraduate research study. Applicants will also need to demonstrate: - a high level of interest and research into the profession, including appropriate work experience/shadowing. - evidence of excellent communication skills. - evidence of the ability to work both independently and as part of a team. Applicants will also be required to pass medical screening and agree to an enhanced Criminal Records Bureau check.
Months of entry
With accreditation from the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and Health & Care Professions Council, our course provides the relevant expertise and knowledge along with the eligibility to apply to become a practising physiotherapist.
As a physiotherapist you will help people of all ages to manage pain and dysfunction. Covering the core areas of neuromusculoskeletal, cardiorespiratory and neurological physiotherapy you will learn how to think independently and problem-solve in a clinical capacity. You will acquire comprehensive hands-on experience through a selection of diverse clinical practice placements, which can be based in primary and community care or hospital settings.
You will carry out a minimum of 1,000 hours of clinical placement experience with the supervision of experienced physiotherapists. A combination of campus-based learning, independent study and clinical practise will enhance both your problem-solving skills and your interprofessional working relationships.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
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