This course has been specifically designed to develop qualified practitioners who are proactive, flexible and able to meet the changing needs of health and social care.

A physiotherapy student trains with a patient

  Two years, full time
 

UK and EU (EEA) application deadline: 31 January 2018

Non-EU (international) application deadline: 31 May 2018

 

Apply through UCAS code B161, institution code S49 (not through UKPASS).

This programme is listed under the "Undergraduate" section of UCAS.

  UK, EU, and non-EU (international) citizens may apply

This course is suited to graduates of health and life science disciplines with a desire to pursue a career in Physiotherapy. Students on this course will undertake learning via a variety of methods in order to become practitioners who are proactive, flexible and able to meet the changing needs of health and social care. Graduates of this MSc programme are critical thinkers and independent learners with problem-solving skills. Teaching and learning methods include classroom-based learning, simulated practical exercises, self-directed learning and practice placements, which are undertaken in a variety of healthcare environments including acute NHS hospital trusts, community-based services, mental health trusts and private hospitals.

Highlights

  • Shared campus with one of the largest teaching hospitals in the UK
  • This course is taught in partnership with Kingston University. You will benefit from a large, multi-faculty experience combined with the health science expertise offered by St George’s
  • Opportunity to learn anatomy by prosection and dissection of cadavers
  • The course includes 30 weeks of clinical placement
  • Interprofessional education: Shared learning alongside all other MSc postgraduate courses and both pre and post registration students
  • Access to the Graduate School

 Tuition Fees

2018 entry UK/EU: £9,250 per annum.

2018 entry Non-EU (International): £15,400 per annum

Fees are reviewed on an annual basis for each year of entry.


Last Updated: Wednesday, 14 March 2018 18:05