Charles Sturt University
Charles Sturt University
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Bachelor of Physiotherapy

Bachelor Degree

Course description

Duration
4 years
Study mode
On-campus
Next start date
Contact provider for next date
The Bachelor of Physiotherapy prepares graduates eligible for registration and employment as physiotherapists.

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Campus options

3 campuses available

CampusStudy modeDurationNext start date
Albury-Wodonga

On-campus (full-time)

4 years

Orange

On-campus (full-time)

4 years

Port Macquarie

On-campus (full-time)

4 years

Course details

Entry requirements
Year 12 (senior secondary certificate)
LocationNew South Wales
Next start dateContact provider for next date
Duration4 years
Study modeOn-campus
Education institutionCharles Sturt University
Recognition
The Bachelor of Physiotherapy has been awarded full accreditation with the Australian Physiotherapy Council (APC). Graduates of the course are eligible for registration in all states and territories of Australia, and may also work internationally.
PriceThe course price can vary depending on a few factors. To find out more, contact the course provider.

Student reviews of Rehabilitation Therapies courses

Student reviews of Charles Sturt University courses
11
Student review published August 2018
Completion date2016
Study modeOn-campus
Content for musculoskeletal Physiotherapy was very poor, the course was more targeted towards hospital Physiotherapy and anyone who didn’t want to go that direction, were often neglected I thought.
Student review published July 2018
Completion date2017
Study modeOn-campus
Clinical placement organisation was terrible, but the academics are great and are always willing to provide the support you request. CSU is a smaller, regional uni so it's easy to make friends.
Student review published May 2018
Completion date2017
Study modeOn-campus
Brilliant course, great teaching staff, small class sizes enhanced my learning. Great job at preparing graduates to enter the workforce.
Student review published May 2018
Completion date2015
Study modeOn-campus
Well balanced course with some exceptionally skilled lecturers and guides. Very helpful staff and support services. Good clinical placements.
Student review published September 2018
Completion dateN/A
Study modeOnline
I loved the flexibility of online study. You do need to make sure you have enough funds to see you through residential schools and placement though
Student review published August 2018
CourseBachelor of Human Movement
Completion date2009
Study modeOn-campus
There were plenty of opportunities to complete further experience outside of the primary course content. This includes assistance with research articles with a variety of patient groups. The lecturers at the time were very available to assist and answer questions.
Student review published July 2018
CourseMaster of Clinical Exercise Physiology
Completion date2017
Study modeOnline
I enjoyed the course overall. Subjects were relevant, practical hours were really great and I learnt a lot. Residential school was beneficial. I personally enjoyed the structure of it.
Student review published July 2018
CourseBachelor of Exercise and Sports Science
Completion date2017
Study modeBlended
The knowledge that I gained throughout this course was excellent. It’s a great launchpad into any postgrad course, and would serve anybody well who is looking to gain entry into Exercise Physiology, Physiotherapy, medicine or any of the health discliplines. However, it is not career proof in its own. The job opportunities are improved just by having a tertiary education, but a specific career stemming from an Exercise Science degree can be hard to come by, so be wary of that.
Student review published July 2018
CourseBachelor of Exercise and Sports Science
Completion dateN/A
Study modeOn-campus
It was good. Good quality learning and good quality teaching bud
Student review published May 2018
CourseMaster of Clinical Exercise Physiology
Completion date2015
Study modeBlended
They course was full of holes, we started on the 1/3/2015 but no content or classes were ready until that March. When the course go going it was great. It needed more units at that time 2 per semester was not good. No help afterward to help secure employment and no support

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Entry requirements

A completed High School Certificate (or equivalent) OR; Successful completion of two university level subjects (AQF level Associate Degree or higher) OR; A completed AQF Certificate III or higher level qualification OR; 50% completion of an AQF Diploma level qualification OR; Successful completion of a Tertiary Preparation Course from an Australian University or an accredited provider.

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