Master Degree in Physiotherapy in Netherlands

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Physiotherapy

Master’s degrees are advanced academic programs that are available in many different study areas. Master programs can typically be completed in about two to three years. Depending on the school, they can even be earned online.

Physiotherapy is the study of movement. Students of physiotherapy learn to advise, educate and rehabilitate people who have suffered injuries or are recovering from surgery. Physiotherapists may also help people with chronic or neurological issues that affect their movement to aid in increasing their mobility and comfort.

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Master in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy Sciences

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Campus Full time 1 year September 2019 Netherlands Amsterdam

This Master’s programme is unique in its multidisciplinary focus on clinical experimental research in musculoskeletal physiotherapy. It addresses both biological and psychosocial factors and allows you to conduct a physiotherapy-related research project yourself. It is an excellent stepping-stone to a successful clinical or research career. [+]

VU University Amsterdam is the first university in The Netherlands (and probably in the world) to offer a dedicated scientific Master’s programme in clinical experimental research in musculoskeletal physiotherapy. This Master’s programme is unique in its multidisciplinary focus on clinical experimental research in musculoskeletal physiotherapy. It addresses both biological and psychosocial factors and allows you to conduct a physiotherapy-related research project yourself. It is an excellent stepping-stone to a successful clinical or research career.

STRUCTURE OF THE PROGRAMME

The programme is spread over 6 blocks. The first 2 blocks (September – December) are reserved for courses that focus on specific knowledge and skills regarding research methodology and movement analysis. In blocks 3-6 (January – June) you will prepare and perform a substantial, individual research project under the supervision of one of our qualified staff members. In addition, you can select two elective courses based on your individual interest. Another course in this period focuses on the process from lab research to clinical implementation. Throughout the programme, seminars are organized to introduce you to national and international state-of-the-art researchers in physiotherapy research. Various teaching formats are used, such as lectures, practicals, work groups, seminars and directed self-guided learning. These different formats enhance your theoretical knowledge and research skills and integrate those within the context of relevant physiotherapy-related problems.... [-]


Master in Human Movement Sciences: Sport, Exercise & Health (Research)

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Campus Full time 2 years September 2019 Netherlands Amsterdam

The Research Master’s Human Movement Sciences: Sport, Exercise & Health (research) is a two-year full-time program that teaches you how human movement works and how performance can be improved.

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Master in Human Movement Sciences: Sport, Exercise & Health (Research)

The Research Master’s Human Movement Sciences: Sport, Exercise & Health (research) is a two-year full-time program that teaches you how human movement works and how performance can be improved. The multidisciplinary program stretches from molecular biology to cognitive neuroscience and human motor behavior. Teaching and research go hand in hand: the vast majority of our lecturers are researchers at the interdisciplinary research institute MOVE, which is a collaboration between the Faculty of Human Movement Sciences, VU Medical Center, and ACTA (dentistry).

Structure of the program

The Research Master's is a two-year full-time program that aims at integrating fundamental scientific research with relevant questions from clinical and sports practice. You can fine-tune your own profile by focusing on sport, health, or more basic fundamental aspects of human movement. This not only applies to the courses you select but also to the topic of your research internship.Sport... [-]