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Course summary

The current 3 year undergraduate, BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy programme has an established reputation of producing high quality graduates fit for purpose in the physiotherapy profession. The School has built on its traditional values whilst advancing contemporary practices and forging strong links to research. The feedback from employers on the quality of our graduates is excellent and often described as exceeding employer expectations. Focus throughout the programme is on the application of physiotherapy practice to real world contexts, ensuring you develop skills that will help you to succeed in the workplace. Inter-professional learning (IPL) opportunities are embedded within both years of this programme with some modules being shared with other allied health professionals. Inter-professional learning is when students from different professional areas learn with, from and about each other to improve the quality of care. IPL is vital in supporting you to develop the knowledge, skills and insights necessary for employment within increasingly integrated and complex health and social care settings. It is recognised that allied health professionals lead and manage their caseload, other professionals, students and the physical resources within the health and social care setting. Therefore, leadership, coaching and mentoring skills are encouraged and embedded within the programme, with final placement students having the opportunity to mentor students who are on their second placement


How to apply

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Entry requirements

Please go to www.wlv.ac.uk for specific entry requirements for this course


Fees and funding

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Physiotherapy at University of Wolverhampton - UCAS