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Masters Degrees in Occupational Therapy in Ghana

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Looking for your first degree in Occupational Therapy? See bachelors degrees in Occupational Therapy in Ghana

Study a Occupational Therapy Masters in Ghana in 2024

Occupational therapy looks at the promotion of good health and helping people to overcome various problems to live a better and more independent life. Those people may require your skills as an occupational therapist due to an illness or injury, a chronic pain issue, mental health problems, or mobility issues. The overall aim of an occupational therapist is to increase the quality of life of their client or patient.

Graduates of a masters degree in occupational therapy will have a range of career options available to them. The most common career is to become an occupational therapist within different healthcare settings, such as hospitals, care homes, and schools.

Your degree will be delivered through lectures and seminars, as well as practical sessions. Modules you study might include:

  • Impact of Pathologies
  • Movement for Therapy
  • Public Health
  • Global Health
  • Influencing Innovation and Change

Study in Ghana

Ghana is home to beautiful secluded, palm lined beaches, a melting pot of cultures, a strong democracy and rapidly improving socioeconomic conditions. Ghana's official language is English, meaning that all university courses are taught in one of the worlds most widely spoken languages. This also means that international students will find it easy to immerse themselves in their studies and the local culture. Ghana boasts many accredited university and polytechnic institutions, all of which are able to grant degrees to international students.

See our detailed guide to studying in Ghana for international students.

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