The University of Queensland

Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours)



University Location Brisbane, Queensland
City Population 2.5 million
Student Population 55,044
Int'l Student Population 21,000
Main Campus St Lucia
Program Campus St Lucia
Program Duration 4 years
Estimated Annual Tuition $51,200 AUD (2024 fees; subject to increase)
Semester Intake February
Next Available Intake 2025
Application Deadline November 29 each year*


The University of Queensland’s four-year physiotherapy program examines the theory and practice behind physiotherapy to prepare you for a career where you’ll care for people of all ages and backgrounds who suffer from musculoskeletal, neurological, respiratory or other conditions. Benefit from a diverse range of learning approaches. Courses integrate lectures, seminars, skill sessions, practical classes, tutor and peer feedback sessions, and assignment work that covers topics such as injury prevention, pain management and more.


You will undertake more than 1,050 hours of supervised clinical placements in a range of settings that include hospitals, educational facilities, healthcare organizations and private practice as well as UQ’s physiotherapy clinics.

UQ has three dedicated physiotherapy clinics where you’ll get to apply your knowledge and develop specialized skills during your studies. You’ll also can learn sub-specialties such as women’s health and telerehabilitation.

Admission Requirements

Completed high school diploma
You must have a high school diploma with Grade 12 subjects in English and one of biological science, chemistry or physics with a minimum GPA of 96%.


Admission Timeline

*While the application deadline is generally the end of November, you are encouraged to apply as early as possible.


“I love my program, so much hands on activity already in our first year.”

I love the university! Great atmosphere, beautiful campus, and well developed programs. I love my program, so much hands on activity already in our first year. It's a bit more difficult than I had imagined but I'm loving the challenge. Get ready to work hard but also enjoy yourself along the way! Make time to meet people and build relationships so you have a good foundation to put the hard work in.

Bronte B
Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours)
The University of Queensland, 2019