Why should Canadians study physiotherapy in Australia? Meet students Mariko and Nich, who have kindly agreed to highlight some of the reasons why they moved from Canada to the University of Sydney to study physio!
What’s it like to be a physiotherapy student at an Australian university? We’ve all been there! It’s our first day of class at a new university amongst a sea of new faces. It’s nerve-wracking, especially if you’ve just moved to an entirely new city—or continent.
Whether it’s your mid-semester break, summer holidays, or weekend, go out there and see what Adelaide and South Australia have to offer. Here are some of my recommendations for things to see and do in Adelaide, breaking it down by beaches, hikes, the city, and road trips.
You know what they say, “all work and no play” makes you a stressed-out student in one of the world’s most beautiful places! Check out Alexis’ must-see list!
Alexis Curtis always knew she wanted to be a physiotherapist. She had a degree in human kinetics and a passion to help others live their best possible life. At first, she was keen to do a semester exchange in Australia….
You love sports, wouldn’t mind escaping the Canadian winters, and you want to help others feel their best. Physiotherapy programs in Australia might be a great fit for you!
So, you’re interested in physio! Are you wondering where to start? What does physio in Australia look like? What are your options when you finish your degree? There’s so much to know!
Well, you won’t want to miss Physio Week June 15 – 19!
Want to be a physiotherapist? Wondering what physiotherapy placements look like? Francis is going to be taking over our OzTREKK Instagram today through tomorrow to give you a glimpse into this exciting aspect of a physio degree.
During her time at Sydney Uni, pysiotherapy student Rachel Haines travelled to Vietnam for a four-week student placement with the Học Mãi foundation. Read her story!
The physiotherapy placement program allows Sydney physiotherapy students the opportunity to apply and develop their skills with “real life” clients.