The 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) offers a specialised quality training, designed to improve your access to the national, European and international employment market. It is the only university courses entirely in English that combines physiotherapy with technology.
In addition, during this degree you will be taught by a qualified teaching staff linked to the professional world. You will therefore receive an up-to-date training, incorporating the latest trends in this sector. Once you have completed these studies, at the Campus of the University of Barcelona (UB), you can opt for a wide range of career opportunities. Of particular interest among these are:
- The medical sector. Once you have graduated, you can work in various branches of medicine. Notably: orthopaedics, focusing on sports injuries; paediatrics; cardiac and respiratory conditions; ergonomics; neurology; urogynaecology and rheumatology.
- If you have an academic vocation, you should know that one of the career opportunities on the rise is lecturing in physiotherapy. In fact, academic professional development is currently a focus of great interest in the world of physiotherapy.
- A freelance professional. You can also work as a freelancer, 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.
- The field of technological 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.
Broaden your professional horizons, studying the Degree in International Physiotherapy at the Campus of the UB.