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Introduction

Programme Aim

The four-year Bachelor of Science with Honours in Physiotherapy programme aims to equip the students with the necessary theoretical and practical skill, competence and confidence to qualify as professional Physiotherapists.

Programme Characteristics

1. The curriculum is developed in compliance with international standards and the Physiotherapists Board’s requirements for programme accreditation.

2. Professional courses will be delivered in small classes/groups.

3. In addition to state-of-the-art equipment in specially-designed practical rooms, advanced technology such as web-based resource hub, simulation experience and digital dissection pedagogy will be used to facilitate teaching and learning.

4. Clinical placements of over 1000 hours will be arranged in hospitals, clinics, NGOs, and community-based settings.

Programme Minimum Entrance Requirements

JUPAS:

JUPAS Catalogue No.: JS9790

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HKDSE
Chinese Language Level 3 or above
English Language Level 3 or above
Mathematics Level 2 or above
Liberal Studies Level 2 or above
An elective subject

Preferably:
  • Biology
  • Physics
  • Combined Science (with Biology & Physics)
Level 2 or above

Non-JUPAS:

Follow the admission requirements of the Open University of Hong Kong.

The Open University of Hong Kong’s Non-JUPAS application information can be found at the link below:

Non-Jupas Catalogue QR Code

Professional Recognition

Upon successful accreditation of the programme by the Physiotherapists Board, graduates will be qualified for practice as Registered Physiotherapists in Hong Kong. They may apply for full membership of the Hong Kong Physiotherapy Association, which is a member of the World Confederation for Physical Therapy (WCPT).

Career Prospects

A review from the Hong Kong Food and Health Bureau# reveals a huge shortage of practicing physiotherapists in Hong Kong. Registered Physiotherapists can work in the hospitals, rehabilitation centres, public and private health organizations, non-governmental organizations, private clinics, sports and fitness institutions, elderly homes, community centers, and special schools.

#Source: Strategic Review on Healthcare Manpower Planning and Professional Development Report 2017 (Food and Health Bureau, The Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region)

Further Information

Contact person: Ms. Ada Tsoi (Assistant Academic Support Officer / Department of Physiotherapy / School of Nursing and Health Studies)

Tel: 27686289
Email: atsoi@ouhk.edu.hk

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Media Coverage

By Ming Pao:

公大開辦物理治療:有信心獲認證 (in Chinese)

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By HK01:

公大2020年推物理治療課程 4年學費64萬元 首屆畢業前料獲認證 (in Chinese)

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By Sing Tao Daily:

【教育要聞】公大首辦物理治療課程 新大樓設診所供實習 (in Chinese)

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Modified Date: Oct 30, 2019