Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours) (UG:Bachelor (Hons))

University of Newcastle, Australia

Cricos: 00109J

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The award
UG:Bachelor (Hons)

How long you will study
4 years

Domestic course fees
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How you will study
full-time

Course starts
February

International course fees
AUD 33205 per year

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About Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours) at University of Newcastle, Australia

A flexible career helping others.

UON trains world-class physiotherapists. Our graduates work worldwide, helping individuals of all ages overcome movement disorders caused by injuries, disease and disability. In this rewarding career, you can help restore mobility and quality of life for countless patients.

Once you graduate, you can choose to specialise in an area that interests you. You might work in a hospital to develop exercise programs for older clients with movement disorders. You could find yourself on a sports field supporting athletes' mobility and treating injuries. Or you could choose to specialise in child development, helping children and adolescents reach important development milestones through individualised programs.

Why study with us?

  • Our graduates get jobs: 100% of our physiotherapy students from 2015 secured employment within four months of graduating.
  • Learn from research leaders: UON is a global leader in medical and health science research, keeping you on the forefront of breaking research discoveries.
  • World-class facilities: Hone your skills using our quality on-campus laboratories outfitted with modern physiotherapy equipment.
  • Hands-on experience: Gain 1,000+ hours of significant real-world experience through clinical placements in public and private centres. You may also have the opportunity to travel overseas for an international placement.
  • Tick the boxes for professional registration with the Australian Practitioner Health Regulation Agency (APHRA).

What will you study?

Your physiotherapy studies at UON will teach you theoretical knowledge in biomedical and behavioural sciences. You will also have plenty of opportunities to hone your skills through hands-on professional placements. You will:

  • Learn about the movement and function of the human body, gaining the medical skills to help patients overcome movement disorders caused by injuries, disease or disability.
  • Gain professional physiotherapy skills through case-based training and interactive team work activities designed to help you become a creative thinker and self-directed learner.
  • Learn exceptional communication and interpersonal skills needed to work one-on-one with patients as a physiotherapist.
  • Develop critical research skills that will set you in good stead for life-long learning in the field of physiotherapy.

Areas of study include:

  • advanced anatomy and physiology
  • clinical physiotherapy studies
  • health promotion
  • community health
  • research methodology

All UON physiotherapy students graduate with Honours, giving you a distinct advantage when seeking employment. As part of the honours component you can choose from two study pathways.

Careers

UON physiotherapy graduates are equipped and prepared to embark on a rewarding career as physiotherapists, working in public and private practice, as well as hospital settings.

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Entry requirements

Admission to this program is available to Australian students, residents and international students.

You may also be eligible to receive bonus points if you will be receiving an Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR). Find out if you are eligible for bonus points.

Current Australian Year 12 Students:

Apply for entry through UAC. Entry based on ATAR or equivalent.

Non-school leavers and previous Australian Year 12 students:

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All International Students

Apply directly to International Admissions. International applicants must satisfy an English Language proficiency requirement.

Special selection procedures apply to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants.

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