Would you like to have a wide range of professional prospects?
The Degree in International Physiotherapy in the School of New Interactive Technologies (ENTI-UB) and the University of Health and Sport (EUSES-UdG) offers quality training, emphasising the health care and the use of new technologies, with the added value of it being taught in English. Throughout this Degree you will be taught by highly qualified teaching staff who are linked to the professional world with a broad experience in the clinical practice.
So, after having completed your course in the Bellvitge Campus in Barcelona, you will have the opportunity to develop a wide range of careers:
- Health care sector. Once you graduate, you can work in any of the medical branches. Some that must be highlighted are: traumatology, focused on sports injuries; paediatrics; cardiorespiratory conditions; ergonomics; neurology; uroginecology or rheumatology.
- If your passion is teaching, one of the rising professional prospects is becoming a physiotherapy teacher. Nowadays, the academic professional development is precisely attracting a great interest in the physiotherapy world.
- Self-employed professional. Once you have graduated in physiotherapy, you can work autonomously, working on your own rehabilitation centre or becoming a part of a multidisciplinary team. To name a few examples, in health centres, primary health centres, hospitals or mutual insurance companies.
- Technological innovation field. Due to the theoretical/hands-on dual nature of this Degree, you will be provided with the relevant knowledge to develop as a professional in the field of the technology applied to physiotherapy. It is an innovative, emerging field with a wide spectrum of development in nowadays society since it brings together such relevant aspects as health care and new technologies.
To sum up, with the Degree in International Physiotherapy UB-UdG, you will learn different aspects of physiotherapy. From evaluation, diagnosis and design to the development of treatments, including the latest technological advances, due to the collaboration of two pioneer universities such as ENTI-UB and EUSES.