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Flinders University Physiotherapy School Postgraduate Entry



The Master of Physiotherapy program at Flinders University in Adelaide, Australia, is a two year post-graduate degree leading to professional registration as a Physiotherapist in Australia. Along with Flinder’s health service and private practice partners, Flinder’s look forward to our graduates making a difference in the lives of patients in Adelaide, rural South Australia, the Northern Territory and beyond.

Teaching for the course is embedded mainly within clinical settings across South Australia and has close links with healthcare providers to best prepare you for professional practice as a physiotherapist.  Emphasis is placed on preparing you to become a contemporary health professional who is able to work effectively across a range of settings, and in metropolitan or rural/remote locations.

Course Structure

The Master of Physiotherapy consists of 72 units.  You will progressively study the following:

  • interprofessional practice
  • musculoskeletal practice
  • cardiorespiratory practice
  • neurological rehabilitation
  • complex case and chronic disease

Clinical placements are included in every semester to ensure competency in practice.

Clinical Work Experience

The course includes 26 weeks of clinical placement.  You will be expected to undertake placements in metropolitan Adelaide and in rural or remote areas of South Australia and/or Australia.  Placements are often scheduled outside of normal university teaching weeks and you will be provided with further details on the commencement of your studies.

Entry Requirements

Entry Requirements

Flinder’s Master of Physiotherapy applicants must normally hold an approved degree with a GPA of no less than 65%, or an equivalent qualification;

Applicants must demonstrated that they have completed the following prerequisite topics:

  • the equivalent of 9 units of human physiology, including detailed exercise physiology
  • the equivalent of 9 units of anatomy, including detailed musculoskeletal and neurological anatomy
  • the equivalent of 4.5 units of study focused on an understanding of the human and social environment and social perspectives in health such as psychology and sociology
  • the equivalent of 4.5 units study of research methods and/or evidence based practice

Professional Recognition

Professional Recognition

The Master of Physiotherapy course at Flinders University equips graduates to meet the entry level competency standards specified by the Australian professional accrediting body, the Australian Physiotherapy Council.

Flinder’s Physiotherapy School graduates wishing to license as a physiotherapist in Canada should contact the Canadian Alliance of Physiotherapy Regulators for procedures and accreditation procedures. The CAPR is the national federation of provincial/territorial regulators in Canada.

KOM Consultants understands the process and requirements needed to enter the Physiotherapy profession in Canada.  Contact KOM Consultants for more information.  All students applying directly through KOM Consultants will be supported with the latest information on the accreditation process.

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Flinders University Strong Performance On Graduate Outcomes

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graduates see a strong return on their investment in higher education when it comes to employment, according to new government data.

The 2019 Graduate Outcome Survey – Longitudinal gives an insight to short and medium-term employment and salaries three years after completing their studies.

Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Students) Professor Clare Pollock says the results show Flinders’ graduates enjoy exceptional employment in good paying jobs.

“Three years after completing a degree, …

New Law Courses Equip Tech-Savvy Graduates at Flinders University

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The legal implications of emerging technologies and how those technologies can be used in legal practice to increase access to justice will be embedded in a new suite of legal courses at .

Dean of Law Associate Professor Tania Leiman says the new curriculum will be available for study from March 2020.

The new courses were officially launched by distinguished lawyer and former US Ambassador to Australia and Professor Jeff Bleich, …

Flinders University Rankings Head In The Right Direction

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 continues to build on its research and educational excellence, with another strong performance in the prestigious Times Higher Education rankings.

Vice-Chancellor Professor Colin Stirling says has advanced into the 250-300 ranking band of the annual Times Higher Education World University Rankings.

“Flinders’ increased position in the latest Times Higher Education ranking – from the 301-350 band into the 250-300 band – reflects our strategic efforts to be internationally recognised as a world leader in research, …

Almost 6000 Solar Panels To Power Flinders University Campus

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One of Adelaide’s largest solar arrays will soon provide one-fifth of the electricity needed to power ’s Bedford Park campus.

The project also sets the scene for the introduction of autonomous campus shuttles run on renewable energy.

Vice-Chancellor Professor Colin Stirling says the project involves the installation of 5,817 solar panels at Flinders’ Bedford Park campus, demonstrating continuing commitment to renewable energy and complementing Flinders’ reputation for exceptional research into clean energy technologies. …

Flinders University Means Business With Prestigious MBA Accreditation

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is the first South Australian university to receive accreditation from the prestigious Association of MBAs (AMBA), reflecting a reinvigorated Flinders MBA offering and placing the program in the upper echelon of business courses internationally.

Flinders is only the third university in Australia to receive AMBA accreditation.

Professor Phyllis Tharenou, Vice-President and Executive Dean of Flinders’ College of Business Government and Law, says AMBA represents the gold standard in global recognition of business programs. …

Award Title:Master of Physiotherapy
Length of Program:2 years Full Time
Next Intake:February
Selection InterviewNot Required
Application Deadline:September
Tuition Fees:Approx. $45,500AUD for the first year
Faculty:Nursing and Health Sciences