Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences

European School of Physiotherapy

Bachelor's, full-time

The aim of physiotherapy is to help people recover from physical discomfort and ailments. If you are interested in helping others and are prepared to work hard, then the European School of Physiotherapy (ESP, bachelor's programme) may be the right choice for you.

The European School of Physiotherapy (ESP) offers an intense, three-year Bachelor's degree programme to students from all over the world. Our programme is specially designed for excellent students who wish to complete their studies in a shorter time.

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This programme offers students a minimum of 24 contact hours per week during the first year of their studies. Each academic year includes 48 weeks of courses or internships. One contact hour is equivalent to one teaching hour of 50 minutes.

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Physiotherapists are employed in hospitals, private practices, rehabilitation centres, nursing homes, psychiatric institutions, health centres, industry and (professional) sports associations and sports teams. In addition, they are able to provide exercise training for special schools, geriatric patients and pregnant women. They are qualified to work in many different fields just about anywhere in the world. However, there may be additional requirements.

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Foreign students need at least: 1. A prior education, with (international) equivalent of Dutch vwo-diploma. 2. English language proficiency, with an IELTS 6.5 score or international equivalent.

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As there are more prospective students than study places, ESP has a limited number of study places (120). Therefore, the programme has a selection procedure. After your enrolment, you will be invited for a selection day.

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