The aim of the Master of Rehabilitation Sciences and Physiotherapy programme and its various study tracks in the second year is to train physiotherapists with the necessary knowledge, insight, skills and professional attitude needed to provide expert, high-quality care in the field of rehabilitation sciences and physiotherapy.
The common additional education and examination regulations (OER) for post-bachelor programmes in physiotherapy and in rehabilitation sciences and physiotherapy in Flanders apply.
This is a two-year, initial Master's programme and can be followed on a full-time or part-time basis.
The Flemish Government's generous co-financing system ensures that tuition fees for Bachelor's and initial Master's programmes remain relatively low: 890 EUR per academic year (subject to change without notice).
International Student Requirements:
Direct admission: Bachelor of Rehabilitation Sciences and Physiotherapy.
After preparatory programme: - Bachelor of Physiotherapy (depending on the student's curriculum, students with a bachelor's degree in physiotherapy will have to complete a preparatory programme to be admitted to the programme); - Master of Rehabilitation Sciences and Physiotherapy. Students are required to provide evidence of proficiency in English by submitting the results of an internationally recognised language proficiency test.