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Physiotherapy is a healthcare profession that focuses on helping people with physical impairments, disabilities, or injuries to improve their movement, function, and overall quality of life. Physiotherapists use a combination of manual techniques, exercise, education, and other modalities to assess, diagnose, and treat a wide range of musculoskeletal, neurological, and respiratory conditions. The goal of physiotherapy is to help individuals recover from injuries or illnesses, manage chronic conditions, and prevent future injuries by promoting health and wellness through physical activity and lifestyle changes.

Why Study Physiotherapy in the UK? 

Potential Pathways

A BSc in Physiotherapy

Choosing to study for an undergraduate degree in Physiotherapy could give you an advantage in an increasingly competitive market. At a UK university, you can apply for a 3-year Physiotherapy degree directly out of high school. 

Entry Requirements*: 

  • A high school GPA of at least 2.7/4.0 or its equivalent.

  • International Baccalaureate requirements of 32 points.

  • A-levels requirements: ABB with either biological science or physical education.

  • IELTS requirement score of 6.5 overall, with no lower than 6.0 in any component. 

An MSc in Physiotherapy (Pre-Registration)

The MSc Physiotherapy (Pre-Registration), is a master’s level degree in the UK. It allows students with a science undergraduate degree to study for 2 years in the UK and practice. 


Entry Requirements*: 

  • A Bachelor's degree in a related field, such as health science, kinesiology, or biology.

  • Prerequisite courses: Some universities may require specific prerequisite courses in anatomy, physiology, and exercise science

  • Clinical experience: Many MSc Physiotherapy programmes require applicants to have clinical experience working with patients. 

  • IELTS requirement score of 6.5 overall, with no lower than 6.0 in any component. 

  • References: Applicants are typically required to provide references from academic and/or clinical supervisors.

    *Please note that this is a general guideline. Requirements may vary depending on the UK university.

Career Path

A degree in physiotherapy can prepare you for a career as a licensed physiotherapist. As a physiotherapist, you’ll work with patients to help them regain or improve their physical mobility, manage pain, and prevent future injuries in a variety of settings such as hospitals, clinics, private practices, sports teams, rehabilitation centers, and nursing homes.


Some of the roles and responsibilities you may have as a physiotherapist include assessing patients' physical conditions, creating customized treatment plans, implementing therapeutic exercises and techniques, monitoring progress, and providing education and support to patients and their families.


A physiotherapy degree can provide you with a rewarding career that allows you to make a positive impact on people's lives while also utilizing your knowledge of anatomy, physiology, and other related areas.

What's Next?

Book your free consultation with us today. We’re here to assist you with your Physiotherapy degree application through expert advice and utilizing our network of university connections. Get in touch to find out which pathway and/or university is the best for your UK education.

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