At the Campus of the University of Barcelona (UB), you have the opportunity to study Degree in International Physiotherapy from the School of New Interactive Technologies (Escola de Noves Tecnologies Interactives – ENTI-UB) and the School of Health and Sport (Escola de la Salut i l’Esport – EUSES-UdG), an innovative quality training course with a double added value: the application of new technologies and specific training in English, a language that will considerably improve your access to the jobs market. The sum of these factors, along with the quality of the teaching, the understanding of new health applications and a theoretical and practical learning, will expand your professional horizons. In this regard, it should be noted that the main career opportunities this course offers are:
Teaching. If you have always had a passion for learning, by studying this Degree you will be able to embark successfully on a career in the field of education. Indeed, the best examples are provided by the expert teaching staff in this degree, coming as they do from prestigious foreign universities, providing a more comprehensive and global vision of physiotherapy, from the perspective of different countries all over the world. Thanks to their background and international experience, you will learn about the teaching methods used across Europe and internationally.
The field of e-health and technical innovation. Thanks to the dual theory-practise nature of this Degree, you will gain the knowledge you need to develop professionally in the area of technological application in the field of physiotherapy; an innovative sector, of growing importance and with a broad spectrum of development in our society, since it brings together such important aspects as health care and the latest technologies.
The medical sector and health field. As a general physiotherapist you will be able to work in various branches of medicine. In particular, you will be able to contribute your knowledge and experience to areas such as: orthopaedics, focusing on sports injuries; paediatrics; cardiac and respiratory conditions; ergonomics; neurology; urogynaecology and rheumatology, among others.
A freelance professional. Another employment opportunity on the rise is working as a freelance physiotherapist, either working in your own rehabilitation centre or as part of multidisciplinary teams, i.e. in clinics, primary health care centres, hospitals or private insurance centres.
At the Campus of the UB, you have the opportunity to study the Degree in International Physiotherapy, a qualification with an international vocation that multiplies your professional opportunities.