MSc Physiotherapy (pre-registration)

Key features

5 reasons to study this programme at the University of Roehampton:

  1. Contemporary and creative curriculum,
  2. Scaffolded curriculum with key themes that are relevant to current practice,
  3. Stimulating and inclusive learning environment,
  4. Integrated theory and practice-based learning elements,
  5. Programme accredited by CSP and HCPC. 

The University of Roehampton offers a contemporary curriculum that has been developed with stakeholders including service users, carers, and students, to reflect the expanding and evolving role of the physiotherapist with a strong focus on community, health promotion, and primary care. A number of key themes will be scaffolded through the programme: (1) communication, (2) lifelong learning, (3) self-awareness, (4) person-centred care (5) evidence-based practice, and (6) equality, diversity, and inclusion. The programme will provide a stimulating and inclusive learning environment that engages and motivates students from diverse backgrounds to become confident, autonomous practitioners with effective communication and teamwork skills for practice in contemporary and varied health and social care settings. The programme will integrate University-led modules with practice-based learning to produce graduates with advanced scholarly thinking and an evidence-based approach to person-centred care. The programme will also focus on supporting the development of graduates to become lifelong learners, committed to reflective practice, and personal and professional development who meet the requirements of physiotherapy’s professional statutory regulatory bodies: The Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) and The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP).