Medical, health and sport sciences
Long cycle Master's Programme (9-12 semesters)
Mode of studies: 
full-time programme
5 years
Tuition fee: 
15 250 PLN per semester
Degree awarded: 
Bachelor of Science
Application deadline: 
Sunday, 31 July, 2022
Day of semester start: 
Monday, 3 October, 2022
Credits (ECTS): 
60 per year
Admission requirements: 

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The 5-year long-cycle (uniform) Physiotherapy programme is offered by the Faculty of Health Sciences. It constitutes a comprehensive combination of knowledge and practical skills in such areas as kinesitherapy, physical therapy, balneotherapy, manual therapy, therapeutic massage, and special methods.

The curriculum covers theoretical and practical aspects of physical therapy methods based on various forms of physical energy occurring in the human environment, such as movement and thermal, mechanical, electrical, light, chemical, and other types of stimuli. Physiotherapy deals with eliminating the repercussions of disease, alleviating disease processes and their effects, and restoring human psychophysical efficiency. The curriculum also includes intra-year work placements during each academic year in physiotherapy and kinesitherapy clinics and hospital wards.

The programme includes such courses as: anatomy, physiology, pathology, biomechanics, kinesiology, physical therapy, neurophysiology, medical biology, manual therapy, orthopaedics, special massage, prosthetics and orthotics, genetic diseases, rehabilitation, clinical physiotherapy, disabled sports, rheumatology, movement education, balneology, spa therapy, functional diagnostics, pharmacology, and many others.

Graduates of the Physiotherapy programme are prepared and competent to obtain a license to practice and provide various therapeutic services, including systemic rehabilitation (after traumas, surgeries, in chronic diseases), pulmonary, neurological, cardiac and geriatric rehabilitation, or sports and recreation physiotherapy.