The part-time bachelor's degree lasts eight semesters and includes the same theoretical and practical courses and practical learning phases as the six-semester full-time degree. Graduates thus also acquire the professional qualification to become a physiotherapist. The classes are blocked in the evening or at the weekend. In the fourth year of study, students mainly complete clinical-practical training. A permanent employment relationship is not a prerequisite for the application or acceptance.
Information and advice on online information sessions
Tuesday, November 23, 3 p.m. - 5 p.m.
In the digital info week for prospective students from November 22 to 26, the lecturer Andrea Buresch-Kirner will present the bachelor's degree in physiotherapy. Afterwards, teachers and students are available to answer questions.