Did you know that Germany currently has over 800 job offers in Physiotherapy on file? Mastering foreign languages is an essential requirement for accessing the European and international market. This reality is borne very much in mind in the Degree in International Physiotherapy from the School of New Interactive Technologies (Escola de Noves Tecnologies Interactives – ENTI-UB) and the University School for Health and Sport (Escola Universitària de la Salut i l’Esport – EUSES-UdG), the first university qualification entirely in English that combines physical therapy with e-health technology.
Taught by lecturers from prestigious universities, highly qualified for teaching, with years of experience in clinical practice and curricular criteria of academic excellence, you will study subjects in English such as: Anatomy, Massotherapy, physiotherapy in Clinical Specialties, Biochemistry, Kinesiotherapy, Neurological Pathology, Biology, Manual Therapy, Public Health and Health Administration, among many others. Without a doubt, having specific and accurate know-how in these fields will expand your professional horizons.
A double added value: studying in English and applying the tools of health 2.0 to physiotherapy
In addition to achieving a solid scientific base in English, you will also learn how to apply the new technology trends in physiotherapy; being able to create new resources, mobile apps, software or three-dimensional modelling applied to the health sector. All in all, you will become a professional with a profile that is one of the most complete and in demand in Europe. During the Degree in International Physiotherapy your networking is encouraged together with stays in prestigious international universities, by means of the ERASMUS mobility programmes with universities around the world. Moreover, during these studies you will also have the opportunity to do your practical work experience at the best centres specialising in physiotherapy in all Catalonia and France.
In short, European countries are opening their doors to Spanish physiotherapists. In the case of Germany, as we have already mentioned, this country has a total of 800 job opportunities on offer in this sector, with a very attractive remuneration, providing facilities for accommodation and the learning of the language with intensive courses. In addition, this trend seems set to continue unabated over the next few years, with forecasts suggesting, on the contrary, that it will be encouraged by the ageing of the population.
Therefore, if you would like to obtain specialised training and with the double added value of studying in English and applying new technologies in the field of health, study the Degree in International Physiotherapy at the Campus of the UB, the only qualification that will open doors to the European and international jobs market.