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Beginning of the courses: 7 November 2011
The evaluation test will take place in the following sessions:
Friday 25 March 2011
Friday 15 April 2011
Friday 27 May 2011
Friday 17 June 2011
Friday 30 September 2011
Last session available for the three-year course:
Friday 21 October 2011
The sessions for the evaluation test will take place only until all available places are taken.
All students are registered at “Ostraviensis Universitas”, a state university (Czech Republic), and attend the courses at the L.U.de.S. - accredited Ostraviensis Universitas Campus of Lugano (Switzerland).
At the end of the Course, after passing all intermediate exams and the state final exam, “Ostraviensis University” will release the recognized qualification of “Bsc. Degree in Physiotherapy” qualifying for the profession of physiotherapist in the origin country (Czech Republic).
The students achieving the “Bsc. Degree in Physiotherapy” released by State “Ostraviensis University” (qualifying for the practice of the profession of physiotherapist in the native country), may work in the European Union complying with the procedures set up by the competent Ministries of every country.
For Italy, please follow the procedure described in this page
“Modulistica per il riconoscimento dei titoli delle professioni sanitarie”
For France, please follow the procedure described in this page
« Si vous êtes ressortissant d’un Etat membre de l’Union européenne ou d’un autre Etat partie à l’accord sur l’Espace économique européen ET que vous êtes titulaire d’un diplôme qui permet dans votre Etat d’origine ou de provenance d’exercer l’une de ces professions, vous pouvez obtenir une AUTORISATION D’EXERCICE”.
Attendance at lectures is compulsory. Lectures take place from Monday to Friday from 09:00 to 17:30. Lecture hours are published on the faculty notice board.
Three years, 180 ECTS in total.
The University offers the students the opportunity to take part in preparatory courses in the following subjects: biology, chemistry, physics, maths, research methodology and medical terminology. Preparatory courses take place before the beginning of the Academic Year.
The University also offers Italian-language and English-language preparatory courses. These courses are subject to the payment of a fee and take place before the beginning of the Academic Year.