For many years, School of Health Sciences in Katowice, Medical University of Silesia in Katowice, has been offering specialized academic programs ensuring highest qualifications in the area of Physiotherapy. Knowledge and experience of our graduates have been recognized both home and abroad. Lectures and practical exercises are designed in such a way as to incorporate the up to date knowledge in the fields of general medicine and practical Physiotherapy, also highlighting the specific nature of healthcare profession. Practical skills are taught by academic teachers exhibiting their extensive professional experience and significant scientific achievements. Offered programs are in line with the recent trends and always keep pace with the state of the art developments in the field of Physiotherapy.
The program comprises theoretical knowledge and practical skills, needed for a practitioner in Physiotherapy. Students take this opportunity to extend their general and specialist knowledge of medical, biological and social sciences.
Studies in the area of Physiotherapy are a way to gain skills of one of the most versatile and comprehensive medical occupations. Graduates are welcome not only in public and private health care establishments but may also seek employment in education, sheltered workshops, hospices, social care, nursing homes, sports centres, health resorts, spa & wellness centres and fitness studios.
Physiotherapy has now been among the fastest developing disciplines of contemporary medicine. Growing requirements for prophylactic and health promoting activities, as well as promising outcomes of physiotherapeutic treatment, have their effect in boosting the demand for graduates of this particular faculty on the market.
Our graduates are ready to take positions in:
- private and public rehabilitation centres,
- spa & wellness centres,
- health care establishments,
- government bodies and local institutions working in the area of physiotherapy and health care,
- as providers of rehabilitation equipment,
- R & D organizations,
- organizations established to provide counselling and educate in the area of medical sciences,
- sports centres.