Type of DegreeBSc

EU FeesEUR 3,168

Cost non-EUEUR 9,570

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This course offers you one of the most challenging and high standard study programmes in Europe, leading to a Bachelor of Health (Physiotherapy) degree. We have been sharing our expertise with international students for many years. Over the past decades, more than 1,000 students with approximately more than 40 nationalities from all over the world have graduated from our school. All graduates who have obtained the relevant diploma can be included in the RIBIZ-register. RIBIZ is a division of the CIBG, an agency of the Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport. You are then able to use the legally protected professional title. This registration is a licence to practice physiotherapy in the Netherlands and enables registration in most countries of the European Union.

The European School of Physiotherapy prides itself on providing quality education and giving students a professional edge in the employment market. Physiotherapists who have been educated in the Netherlands are known for their expertise and their innovative approach. They are qualified to work in many different fields just about anywhere in the world.

Physiotherapists are employed in hospitals, private practices, rehabilitation centres, nursing homes, psychiatric institutions, health centres, industry and (professional) sports associations and sports teams. In addition, they are able to provide exercise training for special schools, geriatric patients and pregnant women. Alumni (graduated students) are e.g. working in Canada, USA, New Zealand, The Netherlands, Africa, Israel and China.

For more information about the curriculum and entry requirements, please visit the university's website.

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