Bachelor of science in physiotherapy in Amsterdam university of applied sciences
With the increase of the average age, the increase of people with disabilities and chronic conditions, there is a need for highly qualified occupational therapists who are better equipped to deal innovatively with complex situations in therapy and health promotion. New models of interprofessional collaboration are developed to fulfill clients' needs for high quality services geared to individual needs. This emphasis calls for a need for occupational therapists who are able to evaluate, justify and innovate their individual practice and their services.
A prior education, with (international) equivalent of Dutch vwo-diploma, English language proficiency, with an IELTS 6.5 score or international equivalent.
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.