With a bachelor's degree in physiotherapy, you will be an expert in optimising the human ability to use the body in the most appropriate way.
The BA in Physiotherapy is three and a half years, combines both theory and practice and also includes a clinical training programme. In addition to physiotherapy subjects, students study scientific subjects such as anatomy and physiology, social science and health science as well as pedagogy and psychology.
Our full degree programme at bachelor/graduate level is taught in Danish. If you are fluent in Danish, Swedish or Norwegian, you may study our full degree programme. For more information on the full degree programme, see our Danish website, www.ucc.dk. We also welcome exchange students in practice placements.
Working as a physiotherapist
Working as a physiotherapist means treating people of all ages with physical problems caused by illness, accident or ageing. Physiotherapy is a healthcare profession that views human movement as central to the health and well-being of individuals. Physiotherapists identify and maximise the body’s ability to move and they work in the fields of health promotion, preventive healthcare, treatment and rehabilitation.
The BA in Physiotherapy is offered at University College UCC's campus situated in the heart of North Zealand, which is home to more than 1,800 students and approximately 200 employees. The campus provides a framework for five professional bachelor degree programmes, research and development, and activities in the professional fields of health and education.
The campus is centrally located; it is only a five-minute walk to the nearest station (Hilleroed Station) and a 30-minute trip to the centre of Copenhagen.