Taking Occupational Therapy to new international levels
With the increase of the average age, the increase of people with disabilities and chronic conditions, there is a need for highly qualified occupational therapists who are better equipped to deal innovatively with complex situations in therapy and health promotion.
What alumni say
Vera, 29 from Switzerland - A valuable experience
The programs set-up, where classes and home-study are taking turns, is working very well for me. After an intense week together, you’ll go home ...Read more