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Postgraduate physiotherapy study at Otago

The Stanley Paris Postgraduate and PhD OMT Scholarships were established in 2019 by the University of Otago. These scholarships seek to enhance the School’s international and national profile as a leader in research and clinical practice. Completed applications must be submitted by the 25 September 2020 to the School of Physiotherapy, University of Otago.
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Postgraduate physiotherapy study at Otago aims to develop and extend your clinical and research skills.

These qualifications allow you to meet an ever-changing world of challenges and career options.

In physiotherapy the growing demand for effective interventions requires clinicians with high levels of competence supported by strong research evidence. Postgraduate physiotherapy programmes at Otago can equip you with enhanced skills, knowledge, and expertise.

You may also develop stronger professional networks and gain transferable skills such as organisation, teamwork, and clinical management.

Postgraduate students Melissa Gillespie and Hui Lin

Postgraduate opportunities

Postgraduate study at Otago is designed to extend your clinical experience and develop in-depth research skills.

Physiotherapist doing leg work with a patient

Study by distance

Our distance learning programmes let you update your qualifications wherever you live.

Physiotherapy Dean Professor Leigh Hale with Rhonda Wohemani

Postgraduate profiles

As a Otago physiotherapy postgraduate you belong to a diverse worldwide community of health professionals.