These are mandatory and all come with course.
Using the Lifespan approach, the major areas of study in the 26-month Master of Physical Therapy (MPT) program include:
basic sciences, clinical decision-making, clinical practice (musculoskeletal, neurological and cardiorespiratory), exercise and movement sciences, and rehabilitation research.
The MPT Program has been accredited by Physiotherapy Education Accreditation Canada and has a strong relationship with the clinical community.
Students experience a total of 1080 'hands-on' clinical hours over six clinical placements in diverse aspects of clinical care.
The evidence-based curriculum is structured to promote critical thinking, develop problem-solving skills, promote teamwork and collaboration, and empower students to be lifelong learners.
The UBC Master of Physical Therapy program (MPT) is the only fully distributed, entry-to-practice Physical Therapy program in British Columbia.
The MPT program offers students the opportunity to study at one of two locations:
UBC’s Point Grey Campus or the University of Northern British Columbia’s campus in Prince George.
MPT-Vancouver and MPT-North cohorts have the opportunity to learn using state-of-the-art facilities that are equipped with cameras and large screen monitors when observing demonstrations of even the most detailed subjects.
Additionally, students have access to break-out rooms designed to help practice their clinical skills.
The Department leads innovative research and is well-known globally for its high standards and excellent faculty.
Both academic and external faculty are recipients of prestigious teaching awards, providing an excellent learning environment.
|Cost of living||1 person||$7,800|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$10,295|
2) Letters Of Reference
3) Language Proficiency (If Applicable)
4) Birth Certificate or Marriage Certificate (if applicable)
5) Permanent Resident Card (if applicable)
6) BC Care Card/BC Services Card (if applicable)
7) Transcript Translation (if applicable)
Possess a “first-class average” (or established equivalent) in a degree deemed as an eligible basis for admission, OR have academic qualifications that would have ranked them in the top 33% of students admitted to the graduate program to which they are applying, for the year prior to the date of their application.
Have English language proficiency, demonstrated via an accepted test, that can reasonably be expected to be brought up to the standard required by the graduate program to which the student has applied by completing ELI (or accepted equivalent) training in no more than one year.
Be recommended for the Conditional Admission Program by a UBC graduate program.
Students admitted via the Conditional Admission Program are not allowed to make academic progress toward their graduate degrees before they successfully complete the English language training program and are admitted without condition to the graduate program.
Note to graduate programs: Students cannot be admitted to the Conditional Admission Program through eVision. They must be admitted through the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies via a manual letter. Please contact G+PS for information.
The GRE is not required.
Recognized baccalaureate degree in any field (120 credits). Course Requirements Prerequisite courses in Physics, English, Anatomy, Psychology, Statistics and Human Physiology. Other Requirements Minimum of 70 volunteer hours or work experience with people with disabilities.
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