The University of Sydney

Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy)

Undergraduate

Details

University Location Sydney, New South Wales
City Population 5 million
Student Population 65,000
Int'l Student Population 10,600
Main Campus Camperdown / Darlington
Program Campus Camperdown / Darlington
Program Duration 4 years
Estimated Annual Tuition $57,000 AUD (2022 fees; subject to increase)
Semester Intake February
Next Available Intake 2023
Application Deadline Rolling admissions*

Overview

The Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy) at the University of Sydney will teach you how to assess, diagnose and treat people with movement problems caused by a wide variety of joint, muscle and nerve disorders. You will also learn how to help people avoid injuries and to maintain a fit and healthy body.

Program

As a University of Sydney physiotherapy student, you will learn through state-of-the-art simulations and practical experiences how to employ a range of drug-free techniques to treat and prevent injuries. In addition to the high-profile sports side of physiotherapy, graduates also practice in roles that contribute significantly to the wider community, such as the management of neurological conditions, movement disorders, rehabilitation and recovery.

During this four-year degree, you will gain a comprehensive knowledge of physiotherapy, including areas such as musculoskeletal anatomy, neuroscience, respiratory and cardiac conditions, paediatric physiotherapy and preventative health care.

This program incorporates significant clinical and professional fieldwork opportunities, providing hands-on experience with real clients in a supervised environment. You will undertake a one-week clinical placement in your first year followed by five 5-week clinical placements in Years 2, 3, and 4.

Admission Requirements

Completed high school diploma
You must have a high school diploma with a 92% cumulative average from your best 6 university/college preparation courses. Assumed knowledge in physics and chemistry. Recommended studies in mathematics. Bridging courses are available.

 

Admission Timeline

*Offers are made throughout the year based on academic merit and subject to availability in the program. You are encouraged to apply as early as possible. Final application deadline is generally mid-January.

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“…there is a lot of hands-on learning”

I like the university. Being on the Cumberland campus is slightly outdated, however, it helps develop friendships because the campus is unique and small so that you recognize people in your program much easier. I enjoy the program because there is a lot of hands on learning through tutorials and the material is interesting

University of Sydney Spencer D
Master of Physiotherapy
The University of Sydney, 2019

“…I like how there are several options in scheduling our weekly tutorials…”

I like how organized the system they use to give us material to learn on our own and I like how there are several options in scheduling our weekly tutorials I dislike the campus that we are at, the cumberland campus does not compare to the main campus in camperdown. the facilities are kept a lot cleaner, the libraries are open later and there are many food options on the camperdown campus. Aside from the cafeteria on cumberland campus there are no other food options and the the cafeteria closes around 3:30pm

University of Sydney Brendan Y.
Master of Physiotherapy
The University of Sydney, 2018