Design and implement strategies that change lives.
The Clinical Rehabilitation program is for physiotherapists, exercise scientists and other allied health professionals, who want to become experts in rehabilitation and health promotion, to help rehabilitate people recovering from injury and illness.
As a student of this course, you’ll deepen your skills and learn the principles of best practice rehabilitation, including how to help people regain lost skills, the physiology of fitness and conditioning, the pathophysiology of common conditions, and the specific needs of those affected by limited ability and function.
As a graduate of the Clinical Rehabilitation course you will gain the same qualification and graduation certificate as an on-campus student because you will achieve identical learning outcomes from the same academics that teach our on-campus courses. If you complete your master’s you will also be invited to attend a graduation ceremony in Melbourne.
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|Course name||Full-time duration||Part-time duration*||Total course fee **||Intakes***||Ready to apply?|
|Master of Clinical Rehabilitation||1.5 years||3 years||AUD$41,187||January, July||Apply now|
|Graduate Diploma in Clinical Rehabilitation||1 year||2 years||AUD$27,008||January, July||Apply now|
|Graduate Certificate in Clinical Rehabilitation||6 months||1 year||AUD$13,504||January, July||Apply now|
|Specialist Certificate in Clinical Rehabilitation||N/A||6 months||AUD$6,752||January, July||Apply now|
*Part-time duration is calculated on the basis of studying one subject per term.
**The fees listed are for 2020. The University reviews fees annually. The indicative total course fee is based on typical subject enrolments, and includes an indexation of 5 per cent per annum. More information about fees.
***View key dates for further important dates and deadlines.
My favourite part of studying this course is the interaction between fellow students in the discussion boards and webinar sessions. Even if you miss the webinar sessions there is an option of watching the recorded version which was very useful for someone like me with full-time work. Edward Mohandoss, Master of Clinical Rehabilitation graduate