Overview

The Physiotherapy degree programme in Metropolia aims to train skilled and innovative physiotherapists in a manner in which they develop their own work for the diverse and unpredicted needs of the changing society.

In the Degree Program, you will study in English in a multicultural student group. Metropolia has more than 20 years of experience in educating Health Care professionals in the English language. The multicultural and international study group will provide an enriching “cultural immersion”. Lecturers are experienced in education of different fields, possessing versatile international and multicultural expertise in Health Care.

The education will open up excellent job opportunities both in Finland and abroad.  After completing the degree, you will possess a nurse’s qualification in accordance with EU directives.

The program is only available as a TOP-UP degree program. 

Semester starts

August

Degree info

  • Bachelor of Health Care
  • Less than 3 academic years / 210 ECTS
  • Language of instruction: English
  • Tuition fee: 13 000 €/Academic year

Edunation application period

24.12.2021-07.01.2022

Objectives

The Physiotheraphy programme aims to train skilled and innovative physiotherapists in a manner in which they develop their own work for the diverse and unpredicted needs of the changing society.

Studies emphasise holistic learning and skills for multidisciplinary collaboration, which is based on client understanding and the active inclusion of clients. The program also challenges professionals to continuously learn and reform their operating methods.

Structure

Your studies will include theoretical teaching, various practical assignments, web-based studies, independent and group studies and various workshops. You will also carry out written assignments in each course.

The studies consist of:

  • core requirement studies 28 ECTS credits
  • professional studies 75  ECTS credits
  • practical training 77  ECTS credits
  • elective studies 15 ECTS credits
  • final project 15 ECTS credits

Lectures are mainly held during the daytime. The course offering has been planned to enable students to include 30 credit points per term.

Career opportunities

Graduates may find employment in primary and specialised health care and rehabilitation in public, private and third sector organizations or as an entrepreneur.

Admission criteria

The admission requirements for the program can found on the university page.

Tuition fees & scholarships

Further information about the tuition fee and available scholarships for the program can found on the university page.

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