Language of instruction: German
This bachelor programme educates competent physiotherapists who implement current scientific knowledge in their work with patients and clients.
This is the right program for you if you seek to work with clients on prevention, therapy and rehabilitation, as well as health consultation and education.
Bachelor’s programme – 6 semesters
Bachelor of Science in Health Studies (BSc) and occupational qualification in physiotherapy
|Available study places||25; this programme begins every two years|
|Place of study|
University of Applied Sciences Campus in Pinkafeld, Schloss Jormannsdorf and practical facilities
|Language of instruction||German (level min. B2)|
“A” levels (or equivalent qualifications), university entrance examination or vocational matriculation examination, preparatory course with an accreditation examination
The Physiotherapy Degree Programme distinguishes itself through
- a well-grounded, practically oriented and competence oriented tertiary level academic degree course in Burgenland.
- the development of professional competence.
- numerous professional opportunities for graduates thanks to a sound theoretical training coupled with the practical implementation of the studied physiotherapeutic process in all areas of medicine and preventative medicine.
- an interactive exchange with other courses in the Department of Health at the University of Applied Sciences Burgenland – combined classes, for example.
- the size of groups is just right to support individual needs.
- innovative learning methods such as blended learning, case studies and the use of multi-media.
- the opportunity to continue with a master’s degree.
Graduates of the University of Applied Sciences Bachelor Course in Physiotherapy are offered a wide range of occupations thanks to the continuing importance of physiotherapy. More precisely, the areas of physiotherapy include prophylaxis, therapy and rehabilitation in all clinical areas including preventative therapy, health counselling and health education.
Graduates are particularly welcomed in the following areas of health and social care: