Date of entry

September 2024

Some students have presented papers at international conferences and had their research published in academic journals.

This course can prepare you for entry into a clinical academic career path as well as a range of opportunities in the public and private sector involving clinical treatment, sports and exercise. Some of our graduates have gone on to work as lecturers in universities, as biomedical engineers in technology companies, or in hospitals as professional or clinical workers, while some have gone on to study for a PhD degree. Graduates may also find jobs in research institutes, government organisations, and some of them may also establish their own clinics.

You'll graduate with the ability to analyse the relationship between movements, anatomy, and biomechanics, assess patient gait in clinical practice, model the musculoskeletal system, assess musculoskeletal movement, and evaluate treatment options.

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