Open to applicants with a good first degree (min. 2.1 or higher) in Human Biology, Sports Science or a related subject. The University will also take into account the employment and work shadowing experience of applicants, where relevant.
Months of entry
The two-year programme will equip students with the academic skills required, plus the professional and clinical skills expected of a newly qualified Physiotherapist. The programme adopts an enquiry-based learning ethos focused on student-centred independent learning, problem solving and decision making. There will be an evolving level of complexity; from engaging with case scenarios that develop baseline theoretical and therapeutic understandings, through to complex situations addressing service development needs.
The course includes interagency learning, where you will collaborate with students and community partners from other health-related disciplines. You will be assigned your own personal adviser to guide you through the course. There will also be the opportunity for practice development placement, where you can build theory-practice links outside of the normal placement provision; potentially outside the UK.
When you study in the School of Health Sciences you will receive a sound academic and practice based education. This Master’s course is designed to be professionally dynamic and personally transforming with a creative, challenging and engaging approach to study. The teaching staff are continually involved in research so you can benefit from their knowledge of the very latest practices and techniques, working in partnership with them on this research.
This is an accelerated pre-registration course designed to allow graduates the opportunity to enter the profession of Physiotherapy. Studying in the School of Health Sciences with experts in their field will ensure you fulfil your own potential and get the best possible start on this rewarding career path.
Information for international students
We welcome applications from students whose first language is not English. To ensure such students benefit fully from postgraduate study, we require evidence of proficiency in English. Our usual entry requirements are as follows: IELTS: 7.0 (minimum 7.0 in all component); PTE: 68 (minimum 68 in all components).
Fees and funding
On an annual basis students studying a Postgraduate degree in the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences at UEA are eligible for a selection of scholarship and funding opportunities.
Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences scholarships and/or bursaries are offered to students in the following areas of study:
- MSc Health Economics
- MSc Health Research
- MRes Clinical Science
- MSc Clinical Research – National Institute for Health Research route
- MSc Physiotherapy
- MSc Occupational Therapy
- MSc Physician Associate Studies
- MSc Adult Nursing
Any eligible applicant is invited to apply for a scholarship. As funds are limited you are strongly advised to apply early to avoid disappointment.
Applicants should contact the Postgraduate Admissions Office or visit the UEA website for further information on funding.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Postgraduate Admissions Office
- +44 (0) 1603 591515