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The ProfMasters in Physiotherapy at UCD is a fantastic opportunity for graduates looking to change their career path and become qualified physiotherapists. This two-year programme is fully approved by CORU and accredited by the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists. It offers a comprehensive curriculum, combining eight taught physiotherapy modules with over 1000 hours of clinical practice. Graduates are eligible for registration with CORU and can pursue exciting career opportunities worldwide. The programme's strong international reputation in physiotherapy research sets it apart, and students benefit from a stimulating and collaborative learning environment. To apply, applicants need an appropriate primary degree and must demonstrate their motivation and interest through a professional CV and personal statement.

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Graduate Taught (level 9 nfq, credits 180)

This programme provides graduates with the opportunity to change their career path to gain the knowledge and skills required to practice Physiotherapy (Physical Therapy) via a dedicated Graduate Entry programme.

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Entry Requirements

This programme is intended for applicants who hold an appropriate primary degree (NFQ Level 8), with an upper second class honours or international equivalent required.

Pre-requisites for the programme are; Clinical Human Anatomy, Applied Human Anatomy, Human Physiology, Exercise Science, Applied Physics, Chemistry-Biochemistry, Applied Human Biomechanics, Behavioural Sciences, Research Methods and Statistics.

Motivation and interest must be demonstrated through providing a professional CV and a personal statement outlining motivation to study.

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