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Rehabilitation Medicine MSc, PhD

University of Alberta Canada

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Rehabilitation Sciences and Physiotherapy Master

University of Antwerp Belgium

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Graduate Certificate in Exercise Rehabilitation for Sports Injuries Graduate Certificate

Australian Catholic University (ACU) Australia

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Older Person Rehabilitation PG Cert

University College Cork (UCC) Ireland

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Complex Rehabilitation MSc

University of Debrecen Hungary

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Advanced Clinical Practice (Neurological Rehabilitation) MSc, PG Cert, PG Dip

Brunel University London United Kingdom

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Rehabilitation MSc, PG Cert, PG Dip

Oxford Brookes University United Kingdom

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Cardiovascular Health and Rehabilitation MSc

University of Chester United Kingdom

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Rehabilitation Studies PhD

University of Edinburgh United Kingdom

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Sport Rehabilitation MSc

Cardiff Metropolitan University United Kingdom

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Stroke Rehabilitation Postgraduate Certificate

University of Cumbria United Kingdom

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Football Science and Rehabilitation MSc

University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) United Kingdom

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Rehabilitative Audiology (Post-Registration) MSc

Queen Margaret University United Kingdom

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Study a Rehabilitation Masters abroad in 2024

Rehabilitation looks at helping people return to their full potential and best condition. Patients could be recovering from an injury or illness, or could have recently undergone a medical procedure. There are several fields that require rehabilitation specialists and skills. As a student of rehabilitation, you will gain a range of skills, all of which are transferable across the medical field and beyond.

Graduates of a masters degree in rehabilitation will have a wide range of career options available to them. One of the most common paths is to enter the medical field and work with patients on their rehabilitation journey. This might mean that you work in a hospital, or any other primary care setting. You may also choose to focus on a specific form of rehabilitation, such as sport rehabilitation or neurological rehabilitation.

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

  • Paediatric Rehabilitation
  • Sports Therapy
  • Biomechanics
  • Workplace Rehabilitation
  • Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehabilitation

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