Cardiff Metropolitan University

B.Sc. Physiotherapy

Cardiff Metropolitan University
In Cardiff

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Typology Bachelor's degree
Location Cardiff (Wales)
  • Bachelor's degree
  • Cardiff (Wales)

Validated by the Health & Care Professions Council and the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy, the BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy degree offers excellent career opportunities. You will spend much of the course at least 1,000 hours on clinical placements throughout Wales and beyond, applying your skills alongside practising professionals.

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Cyncoed Campus, Cyncoed Rd, CF23 6XD


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What you'll learn on the course

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Course programme

Course Content Year OneFoundation studies, which include the biomedical and Human Sciences, commence in Year 1 (Level 4) alongside Physiotherapy Studies in which knowledge of the theory and practice of the profession allows you to begin to acquire basic therapeutic skills. It is important to be aware that the practice of these skills, under supervision, will take place on fellow students and your acceptance of a place on this programme implies your consent to this practice. Level 4 is by continuous assessment, written and practical examinations throughout the year.Year TwoDiagnostic assessment and treatment skills are extended in the second year (Level 5) of study. Students apply these skills, using a problem solving approach, in the clinical situation and begin to develop an understanding of evidence based practice. Continuous assessment, including assignment writing, practical examination and placement learning assessment occurs during Level 5.Year ThreeDuring Level 6, students will develop their understanding of managing patients with complex conditions and multi pathologies. They will also extend their understanding of research and evidence based practice. Continuous assessment at Level 6 includes placement learning, a research dissertation, portfolio and a final written examination.

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