Bond Doctor of Physiotherapy applications close this week

Bond Physiotherapy School’s application deadline is this Friday, October 31, 2014.

 

Be sure to get all your application documents in to OzTREKK’s Australian Physiotherapy Schools Admissions Officer Sarah Bridson by Thursday, October 30 so that she is able to submit your complete application to the university on time.

Bond University Physiotherapy School
Inside the Bond University Physiotherapy facilities

2015 Intake Schedule

October 31, 2014: Applications close
November – December 2014: Assessment and interviews held for shortlisted candidates
December 2014: Offers to successful applicants
November 2014 – May 8, 2015: Successful applicants to follow up with Faculty Compliance Officer regarding Compulsory Compliance Requirements documents
May 11, 2015: Orientation Week commences. All successful applicants to be compliant as per Compulsory Compliance Requirements and prior to compliance meetings in Orientation week from  May 11 – 15 2015. Non-compliance may result in the delay of commencing the program
May 18, 2015: All enrolled students to attend Doctor of Physiotherapy Orientation
May 25, 2015: Classes commence

About the Bond Physiotherapy School Doctor of Physiotherapy Program

Students undertake studies in Bond Physiotherapy School's new, $20-million, state-of-the-art building. Features include clinical skills laboratories designed to simulate real medical environments, and modern teaching and research laboratories with the latest scientific equipment. The purpose-built tutorial rooms cater to small-group learning and lecture theatres are equipped with video streaming, wireless, and an audience-response system. The building also features a dedicated computer laboratory for students.

Work Experience and Internships
Bond DPT students complete a clinical internship with an embedded research project in their final semester. This placement is designed to ensure graduates are ideally placed for entering the workforce. The first 30 weeks of clinical experiences will be gained in both hospital and community settings and will include working in the clinical areas of
  • orthopaedics;
  • cardiorespiratory;
  • out-patient musculoskeletal practice (hospital or private practice settings);
  • neurological and orthogeriatric rehabilitation (hospital and community settings); and
  • an elective in paediatrics, women’s/men’s health or sports practice.


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