+ OzTrekk Educational Services Home
 
 

Posts Tagged ‘UQ Physiotherapy School’

Thursday, May 25th, 2017

UQ physiotherapy application deadline is coming up!

Don’t forget! Just a reminder to all those interested in the UQ physiotherapy program for the November 2017 intake that the application deadline is coming up next week, May 30, 2017.

UQ physiotherapy application deadline is coming up!

Find out how you can study physiotherapy at UQ

The Master of Physiotherapy Studies at the University of Queensland is one of the most popular program for Canadian students! It introduces graduates to the profession of physiotherapy and its key concepts in intensive mode during an initial summer semester. This program focuses on developing core knowledge and skills in the areas of musculoskeletal, neurological, cardiorespiratory and physiotherapy across the lifespan, and integrates this knowledge and skill and application of clinical reasoning in supervised clinical practice.

Program: Master of Physiotherapy Studies
Location: Brisbane, Queensland
Semester intake: November
Program duration: 2 years
Application deadline: May 30, 2017

OzTREKK Student reviews about the UQ physio program

“The program itself is amazing, what I want to learn about, tough, but necessary in order to be a physio. The location and bus service is great. It is a big beautiful campus, with excellent profs and will learn tons!”

“I love the program and all the lecturers are among the top in their fields and they all will help you in any way they can. The university itself is so beautiful and everyone at the university is so friendly, its an amazing place to learn! The UQ physio program is really diverse with 10 internationals, Kiwis and Australians so its a crazy fun mixture of people! There are tons of other Canadians at the uni so for things like the Olympics you can always find people to celebrate Canada with if you want or are homesick :)”

“UQ is a welcoming, beautiful campus, with all kinds of different people and things to do on campus everyday. You have everything you want, from good food to a good sport atmosphere. Physiotherapy is a really close knit program, and from day one you get right into practical experiences as well as lecture format. the combination of both will give you the most out of your learning experience, for sure!”

Apply to UQ Physiotherapy School!

*

Curious about UQ physiotherapy other rehabilitation sciences programs? Contact OzTREKK’s Australian Physiotherapy Schools Admissions Officer Krista McVeigh at krista@oztrekk.com, or call toll free in Canada at 1-866-698-7355.

Friday, April 28th, 2017

UQ physiotherapy application deadline is coming up soon!

Because of its November intake, UQ Physiotherapy has an earlier application deadline than most other programs. So this is just a friendly reminder that the application deadline is approaching soon—Tuesday, May 30!

UQ Physiotherapy School

Study physiotherapy at UQ

UQ physio is definitely one of the most popular degrees undertaken by Canadian students. The Master of Physiotherapy Studies program introduces graduates to the profession of physiotherapy and its key concepts in intensive mode during an initial summer semester—end of November, since summer in Australia begins December 1. This degree focuses on developing core knowledge and skills in the areas of musculoskeletal, neurological, cardiorespiratory and physiotherapy across the lifespan, and integrates this knowledge and skill and application of clinical reasoning in supervised clinical practice. The program also incorporates advanced training in clinical reasoning, independent research, and health management.

Program title: Master of Physiotherapy Studies
Location: Brisbane, Queensland
Semester intake: November 2017
Program duration: 2 years
Application deadline: May 30, 2017, but candidates are strongly encouraged to have all application documents submitted prior to this deadline.

Entry Requirements

To be eligible to apply to, you must have

  • completed an undergraduate degree (preferably in the fields of human kinetics/kinesiology or physical or biological sciences);
  • have achieved a minimum cumulative GPA of 4.0 on a 7-point scale in your university studies; and
  • completed the prerequisite subjects as follows:

– one full year, or two semesters, of human anatomy (including systems and musculoskeletal anatomy); and
– one full year, or two semesters, of human physiology (including systems and integrative physiology); and
– one semester of psychology;
– and one semester of statistics.

Apply to UQ Physiotherapy School!

*

Do you need help with your UQ Physiotherapy School application? Contact OzTREKK’s Australian Physiotherapy Schools Admissions Officer Krista McVeigh at krista@oztrekk.com.

Tuesday, March 14th, 2017

UQ physiotherapy aims to improve mobility of multiple sclerosis sufferers

An international team of researchers is trialing specially designed shoe insoles aimed at improving the mobility of people with multiple sclerosis (MS).

The study, led by UQ School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences physiotherapy lecturer Dr Anna Hatton, is seeking 176 people affected by MS to take part in a three month trial of the insoles.

UQ physiotherapy aims to improve mobility of multiple sclerosis sufferers

Study physiotherapy at the UQ SHRS!

“Many people with MS experience problems with walking which can make day-to-day activities difficult and often leads to falls, so improving walking ability is of primary importance in maintaining health, independence, and quality of life,” Dr Hatton said.

“Evidence suggests that wearing textured shoe insoles, which are designed to stimulate receptors on the soles of the feet, may be one possible option to help improve gait.

“We now need people with MS to help us investigate whether the novel insoles influence the way the leg and trunk muscles work while walking on both even and uneven surfaces.”

The study will also look for changes in the perception of foot sensation and the awareness of foot position.

“Foot sensation plays an important role in keeping the body upright and balanced when walking, yet we know from previous studies that people with MS often have poor sensation on the soles of their feet,” Dr Hatton said.

“Therefore, wearing a specially designed shoe insole, which enhances sensory information at the feet, could help people affected by MS to walk better. “

Dr Hatton’s international research team includes UQ’s Professor Sandra Brauer and Ms Katrina Williams, Professor Graham Kerr of the Queensland University of Technology, Professor Keith Rome of the Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand, and Dr John Dixon of Teesside University, UK.

The trial is supported through funding from Multiple Sclerosis Research Australia.

“It is hoped that the study leads to the development of a new treatment technique, specifically an inexpensive, easy-to-administer shoe insole, which could assist mobility and independent living,” Dr Hatton said.

About the University of Queensland Physiotherapy program

The University of Queensland offers a learning environment and has assessment requirements designed to facilitate the advanced and intensive learning appropriate for a master’s-level program. The Master of Physiotherapy Studies introduces graduates to the profession of physiotherapy and its key concepts in intensive mode during an initial summer semester. It focuses on developing core knowledge and skills in the areas of musculoskeletal, neurological, cardiorespiratory and physical therapy across the lifespan, and integrates this knowledge and skill and application of clinical reasoning in supervised clinical practice.

Did you know there are 40 spots available in the program; 30 places for domestic Australians and 10 places for international students? For the 2016 intake, 10 international student offers were awarded to OzTREKK students!

Program: Master of Physiotherapy Studies
Location: Brisbane, Queensland
Semester intake: November
Duration: 2 years
Application deadline: UQ has a general application deadline of May 30 each year; however, candidates are encouraged to apply as early as possible.

Apply now to the UQ Physiotherapy School!

*

Would you like more information about studying at UQ Physiotherapy School? Email OzTREKK’s Australian Physiotherapy School Admissions Officer Krista McVeigh at krista@oztrekk.com.

Tuesday, September 27th, 2016

Heading to UQ? Here are some student accommodation options!

If you’re a future UQ student and getting ready to study this November (or January/February!), we know you’re wondering about your accommodation options!

It’s also handy to know where you should be looking, right? When considering suburb locations for off-campus accommodation, students tend to have different preferences. Some prefer to live in the heart of the city, while others prefer to live in other areas near specific attractions, like the beach or bay.

Below is a list of popular suburbs located in the city of Brisbane:

St Lucia: St Lucia is a great place to live if you want the convenience of being close to UQ, but the peace and quiet of the suburbs. It is located approximately 7 km from the centre of the city, in a bend of the Brisbane River. Most properties in St Lucia are within walking distance to the UQ campus. There is no train station located in St Lucia, but there are buses that connect to the train station in nearby Toowong. There is also a bike path that runs along the river between St Lucia and Brisbane city centre. It is the perfect location if study is your first priority; however, for shopping and entertainment, you will need to go to the neighbouring suburbs.

Toowong: Toowong is very popular with students. The university is only 10 minutes by bus in one direction, and the city centre 10 minutes in the other. There is also a bike path that runs along the river to the city centre. Toowong also has some very popular student bars, a shopping centre, and some great little restaurants.

Indooroopilly: Indooroopilly has everything a student needs, including a large shopping centre, cinemas, restaurants, and a couple of bars. It is only 10 minutes to the St Lucia campus by bus, and a short train-ride takes you directly to Fortitude Valley, where most of Brisbane’s night-life happens. Alternatively, a little longer on the train, and you can spend a day on the beach at the Gold Coast.

Taringa: Taringa is a great place to live if you want the peace and quiet of the suburbs, without being too far from the action. A very short bus ride (10 minutes), or a slightly longer walk, will take you to shopping centres, cinemas, restaurants, and some popular student bars.

West End and Hill End: West End is located across the Brisbane river from the St Lucia campus. It is the most ethnically diverse suburb in Brisbane, and boasts s a lively inner-city lifestyle with a younger population and wide assortment of cafés, restaurants, and clubs. Hill End is essentially a small residential pocket between West End and Highgate Hill, with many of its streets and properties very close to the river. Travel to the St Lucia campus is mainly via the CityCat ferry service, from the West End terminal at the bottom of Hoogley Street – a 2-minute ferry-ride! It is also only a 10-minute bus ride from West End to the city centre and walk distance to the Southbank parklands.

Highgate Hill: Highgate Hill is a great mix of the old and the new. It is also an ethnically diverse suburb, with about a third of residents being overseas migrants. Note, though, that some properties in Highgate Hill are a 10-minute walk to the West End CityCat ferry terminal, and others a 30-minute walk over the hill. From the West End CityCat ferry terminal, it is only a 2-minute ferry ride to the St Lucia campus.

Dutton Park: Dutton Park is also located across the river but (compared to West End) is a quieter more suburban area. The Eleanor Schonell Bridge is a bus, bicycle and pedestrian link between Dutton Park and the St Lucia campus.

Fairfield: Fairfield is located 5km from the Brisbane CBD, and is across the river from the St Lucia campus. The suburb has a train station and plenty of bus routes heading to the city. As Fairfield has easy access to major arterial roads, schools, and shops, and has plenty of parklands, it is especially popular with families. There is a big shopping centre (Fairfield Garden Shopping Centre), and being near to West End gives the suburb a convenient restaurant-area close by.

Herston: Herston is located approximately 2km from the centre of Brisbane and about 8km from the main (St Lucia) campus. The University of Queensland operates within the Royal Brisbane Hospital, Royal Children’s Hospital, Royal Women’s Hospital and Queensland Radium Institute. Herston is also the location of the Mayne Medical School. Suburbs surrounding Herston include Spring Hill, Kelvin Grove, Bowen Hills, and Wilston.

Heading to UQ? Here are some accommodation options!

Unilodge at UQ

There is a lot to think about before you start searching for your new home. Be sure to scour the UQ Accommodation website for handy tips!

Have you arranged your free transportation from airport?

The University of Queensland will arrange free transportation from the Brisbane Domestic or International Airport for new UQ international students. Please note some conditions apply.

To arrange airport pick-up you will need to provide the following:

  • 3 working days’ notice
  • Date of flight and flight number
  • Drop-off address (Please ensure that you have arranged your accommodation before applying for airport pick-up.)
  • Number of people accompanying you

*

Need more getting-ready-to-go tips? Be sure to check out the OzTREKK Boarding Pass for details about student visas, accommodation, travel arrangements, banking, health coverage, and a lot more.

Can’t remember your log-in info? Contact OzTREKK at info@oztrekk.com, or call toll free in Canada at 1-866-698-7355!

Wednesday, September 7th, 2016

Vlog it: UQ physiotherapy student shares his experience

Tired of the same old, same old? We are too.

Why should you choose one university over another? Where should you live? How should you prepare for studying in Australia?

Meet former OzTREKK student Kelvin Phillip, who is currently finishing his first year of the UQ Physiotherapy program. If you’re like many OzTREKKers, you are interested in hearing from actual students in your program of interest. We can tell you that the UQ Physiotherapy program is amazing, that people love living in Brisbane, and that deciding to study in Australia was the best decision they ever made, but it’s better if we let them tell you!

Kelvin has generously agreed to help us—despite his hectic schedule—to answer our questions and more for everyone considering studying in Australia, and more specifically, the UQ Physiotherapy program!

Kelvin doesn’t stop there! Visit his YouTube channel and follow his journey in Australia from the beginning. Find out what it’s really like the first week Down Under, get travel tips and ideas, and learn more about studying physiotherapy at the University of Queensland!

Don’t take our word for it! Read other UQ Physiotherapy student reviews!

“The University of Queensland is a beautiful campus that is very easy to become accustomed to. The staff in the international office are extremely helpful with processing all your papers require us international students very little effort or confusion. As far as I’ve experienced as well the teaching personnel are unbelievable. They are very helpful and approachable. They truly have the students best interests in mind. The campus transit and accessibility is also excellent.  The University of Queensland offers a great Masters of Physiotherapy Program. I’ve enjoyed it thoroughly thus far and have no complaints regarding the program. The combination of pracs and lectures helps students grasp concepts quickly and how to relate theory to the clinic. Despite the heavy workload and a few stressful moments with a little hard work everything is very manageable.”

“I like that the program is very hands on and they have a great reputation world wide. what makes it great are the people that are teaching you. We learn from the leaders in the field and get the most current education.”

“I like the fact that the graduate program is small so that i’ve gotten a chance to be friends with all my classmates. Also the university is known for its research and experts in the field of physiotherapy and its great to be taught by all these experts. The program is intense and there is a lot of emphasis on self based learning but it is very interesting and you learn a lot and get a lot of hands on practice as well.”

“The program itself is amazing, what I want to learn about, tough, but necessary in order to be a physio. The location and bus service is great. It is a big beautiful campus, with excellent profs and will learn tons!”

“I love the program and all the lecturers are among the top in their fields and they all will help you in any way they can. The university itself is so beautiful and everyone at the university is so friendly, its an amazing place to learn! The UQ physio program is really diverse with 10 internationals, Kiwis and Australians so its a crazy fun mixture of people! There are tons of other Canadians at the uni so for things like the Olympics you can always find people to celebrate Canada with if you want or are homesick :)”

OzTREKK has got you covered!

If you’re heading to the UQ Physiotherapy program this November, you’ll soon be entering the pre-departure phase! OzTREKK has got your back. We’ll be keeping you up to date and won’t let you forget anything: banking, accommodation, flights, visas… you name it and we’ll cover it. Questions? We are just an email or phone call away!

*

Would you like more information about studying at UQ Physiotherapy School? Email OzTREKK’s Australian Physiotherapy School Admissions Officer Krista McVeigh at krista@oztrekk.com.

Wednesday, May 25th, 2016

Studying physiotherapy at UQ

The Physiotherapy School at the University of Queensland offers a learning environment and has assessment requirements designed to facilitate the advanced and intensive learning appropriate for a master’s-level program. The Master of Physiotherapy Studies introduces graduates to the profession of physiotherapy and its key concepts in intensive mode during an initial summer semester.

Studying physiotherapy at UQ

Study at the University of Queensland

So what’s the inside scoop? Here are a few things that make UQ physiotherapy stand out from the crowd:

  • Within the first few weeks of commencing in the program, UQ physiotherapy students will start to practice soft tissue mobilisation on one another.
  • Students will continue to practice on their colleagues throughout the program, as this allows them to hone their techniques before going out on placement.
  • The Physiotherapy Standardised Patients Program is embedded into the program to assist students with the transition from classroom to clinic. This program won a UQ award for Programs that Enhance Learning in 2014.
  • Students will complete 5-week placements at on-site clinics, as well as within the community. On-site clinics include Developmental Paediatric Clinic; Musculoskeletal and Sports Injury Clinic; Neurological, Ageing and Balance Clinic. One of UQ’s newest clinics, the Tele-rehabilitation clinic, is the first within Australia and one of the first of its kind in the world.
  • The Clinical Education team assists in the development and provision of student placement opportunities. Students are not required to find the placements themselves and the team provide support to the students throughout the placements.
  • Th school has exceptional academics who teach the Master of Physiotherapy Studies, including Dr Allison Mandrusiak, who won one of only two global Universitas 21 Teaching Excellence Awards in 2015.

Are you thinking of applying to UQ physiotherapy? Please note the application deadline is this Friday, May 27!

The UQ Physiotherapy School offers a graduate-entry two-year Master of Physiotherapy Studies designed for those students who have a bachelor’s degree and wish to gain qualifications to register as a physiotherapist.

The objectives of the program are

  • to provide students with the theoretical knowledge, skills and clinical competencies required of an entry-level graduate in physiotherapy; and
  • to develop abilities to extend knowledge in physiotherapy practice and organizational management, and to provide skills in research for physiotherapy.

Program: Master of Physiotherapy Studies
Location: Brisbane, Queensland
Next semester intake: November 2016
Program duration: 2 years

How to Apply to the University of Queensland Physiotherapy School

*

Are you curious about studying physiotherapy at UQ? Contact OzTREKK’s Australian Physiotherapy Schools Admissions Officer Krista McVeigh at krista@oztrekk.com.

Wednesday, April 27th, 2016

UQ physio application deadline reminder

This is a reminder to all those interested in applying to the UQ Physiotherapy School that the application deadline is Friday, May 27!

UQ Physiotherapy School

Study physiotherapy at UQ

The UQ Physiotherapy School offers a learning environment and has assessment requirements designed to facilitate the advanced and intensive learning appropriate for a master’s-level program. The Master of Physiotherapy Studies introduces graduates to the profession of physiotherapy and its key concepts in intensive mode during an initial summer semester. It focuses on developing core knowledge and skills in the areas of musculoskeletal, neurological, cardiorespiratory and physiotherapy across the lifespan, and integrates this knowledge and skill and application of clinical reasoning in supervised clinical practice. The program also incorporates advanced training in clinical reasoning, independent research, and health management.

Program title: Master of Physiotherapy Studies
Location: Brisbane, Queensland
Semester intake: November 2016
Program duration: 2 years
Application deadline: May 27, 2016

Entry Requirements

To be eligible to apply to, you must have

  • completed an undergraduate degree (preferably in the fields of human kinetics/kinesiology or physical or biological sciences);
  • have achieved a minimum cumulative GPA of 4.0 on a 7-point scale in your university studies; and
  • completed the prerequisite subjects as follows:

– one full year, or two semesters, of human anatomy (including systems and musculoskeletal anatomy); and
– one full year, or two semesters, of human physiology (including systems and integrative physiology); and
– one semester of psychology;
– and one semester of statistics.

Apply to UQ Physiotherapy School!

*

Do you need help with your UQ Physiotherapy School application? Contact OzTREKK’s Australian Physiotherapy Schools Admissions Officer Krista McVeigh at krista@oztrekk.com.

Monday, April 4th, 2016

Canadian UQ physiotherapy student receives scholarship

How does a meat processing company reduce the number of injuries in its workforce by 70 per cent in just three years?

Four UQ School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences students witnessed the answer firsthand when they undertook scholarships with Teys Australia and CIM Health.

UQ Physiotherapy School

Marina Vitale of CIM Health, UQ students Trent Seth and Antoine Desrosiers, and Tim Edwards of Teys Australia (Photo: UQ)

Among the quartet was Canadian-born Master of Physiotherapy Studies student Antoine Desrosiers, who said Teys Australia had a heavy focus on physiotherapy.

“There was certainly an emphasis on being proactive and preventing injury,” he said.

“We were working with mostly upper limb injuries—shoulders, necks, wrists, elbows etcetera—and where you could identify something that was repetitive, there was an opportunity to change that.

“Depending on the role that person filled, it could be injuries from regularly slicing the meat, picking up objects with the upper body rotated or pulling at things with the non-dominant hand.”

Teys’ National Occupational Health and Safety General Manager Tim Edwards said the industry had worked hard to almost eliminate injuries from cuts and falls.

“Musculo-skeletal injuries have since been recognised as an area where improvements can be made,” he said.

“Three years ago our health partners CIM approached us and we agreed we needed to get smarter. There’s been a lot to learn and resistance to change can be strong in meat processing, but it’s about achieving a stable, happy workforce.

“Data tells us that if you lose someone for thirty days due to injury, the chances of them coming back to work are very slim, so prevention is the key.

“Since we began engaging nationally with CIM in this area, we have reduced injuries by seventy per cent.”

CIM Health Rehabilitation Consultant Marina Vitale helped create placements for University of Queensland students, working with Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences  Advancement Manager Cass Conwell.

Trent Seth, Mitchell Shorten and Greta D’Arcy were other students selected with Mr Desrosiers.

Mr Desrosiers has since gained full-time employment from the opportunity and will be based initially at Teys’ Beenleigh location, with the possibility of moving around Australia.

New scholarships with CIM and Teys are now being offered to UQ students for 2016.

University of Queensland Physiotherapy

The University of Queensland offers a learning environment and has assessment requirements designed to facilitate the advanced and intensive learning appropriate for a master’s-level program. The Master of Physiotherapy Studies introduces graduates to the profession of  physiotherapy and its key concepts in intensive mode during an initial summer semester. It focuses on developing core knowledge and skills in the areas of musculoskeletal, neurological, cardiorespiratory and physical therapy across the lifespan, and integrates this knowledge and skill and application of clinical reasoning in supervised clinical practice.

Program: Master of Physiotherapy Studies
Location: Brisbane, Queensland
Semester intake: November
Duration: 2 years
Application deadline: May 27, 2016

Apply now to the University of Queensland Physiotherapy School!

*

Would you like more information about studying at UQ Physiotherapy School? Email OzTREKK’s Australian Physiotherapy School Admissions Officer Krista McVeigh at krista@oztrekk.com.

Wednesday, March 9th, 2016

Dedicated UQ physio professor honoured

With a prolific career dedicated to helping people rehabilitate spanning more than 45 years, University of Queensland Emeritus Professor Gwendolen Jull was among the 2016 Australia Day Honours recipients.

UQ Physiotherapy School

Emeritus Professor Gwendolen Jull (Photo credit: UQ)

Professor Jull from the UQ School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences and from the RECOVER Injury Research Centre was recognised for her distinguished service to medical education in the field of physiotherapy as an academic, researcher and administrator and to professional associations.

On receiving an Officer of the Order of Australia (AO), Professor Jull said she was thrilled to receive such a significant award.

“What I have loved about my career in physiotherapy is working to help people rehabilitate to achieve optimal quality of life following injury or disease,” Professor Jull said.

“I have been lucky to work across many areas including clinical practice and in research particularly in the field of neck pain.

“I have also been privileged to teach physiotherapy students and practitioner’s research informed management methods at UQ, nationally and internationally.”

With an astounding list of accolades to her name in research and teaching and in recognition for her contributions to both national and international physiotherapy organisations, it is seeing the achievements of students Professor Jull has worked with that shine as her career highlights.

“I have taught very talented students over the 36 years I have worked at UQ, many of whom are now leaders in their own right within Australia and internationally and this gives me great pleasure to see their success.”

Master of Physiotherapy Studies at UQ Physiotherapy School

The UQ Physiotherapy School offers a graduate-entry two-year Master of Physiotherapy Studies designed for those students who have a bachelor’s degree and wish to gain qualifications to register as a physiotherapist.

The objectives of the program are

  • to provide students with the theoretical knowledge, skills and clinical competencies required of an entry-level graduate in physiotherapy; and
  • to develop abilities to extend knowledge in physiotherapy practice and organizational management, and to provide skills in research for physiotherapy.

Program: Master of Physiotherapy Studies
Location: Brisbane, Queensland
Next semester intake: November 2016
Program duration: 2 years
Application deadline: May 30, 2016

How to Apply to the University of Queensland Physiotherapy School

*

Are you curious about studying physiotherapy and other rehabilitation sciences at the University of Queensland? Contact OzTREKK’s Australian Physiotherapy Schools Admissions Officer Krista McVeigh at krista@oztrekk.com.

Monday, January 18th, 2016

UQ physiotherapy graduate creating change in remote communities

Nick Kenny’s dream of playing professional rugby league with the Broncos was cut short after a neck injury ended his football career.

UQ physiotherapy school

UQ physiotherapy graduate Nick Kenny (Image credit: UQ)

With a physiotherapy degree from UQ to fall back on, Nick moved to the Northern Territory where he now helps Indigenous Australians with Machado Joseph Disease negotiate their environment safely. By learning to see the world differently, Nick is creating change.

Master of Physiotherapy Studies at UQ Physiotherapy School

The UQ Physiotherapy School offers a graduate-entry two-year Master of Physiotherapy Studies designed for those students who have a bachelor’s degree and wish to gain qualifications to register as a physiotherapist.

The objectives of the physiotherapy program are

  • to provide students with the theoretical knowledge, skills and clinical competencies required of an entry-level graduate in physiotherapy; and
  • to develop abilities to extend knowledge in physiotherapy practice and organizational management, and to provide skills in research for physiotherapy.

Program: Master of Physiotherapy Studies
Location: Brisbane, Queensland
Next semester intake: November 2016
Duration: 2 years
Application deadline: May 30, 2016

Apply to the University of Queensland Physiotherapy School

*

Curious about studying physiotherapy and other rehabilitation sciences at the University of Queensland? Contact OzTREKK’s Australian Physiotherapy Schools Admissions Officer Krista McVeigh at krista@oztrekk.com, or call toll free in Canada at 1-866-698-7355.