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European Master Of Science In Occupational Therapy

Prospective students

A truly international experience

The European Master of Science in Occupational Therapy is a unique, truly international programme. You study with colleagues from all around the world at five European universities.

What you can achieve

The OT-EuroMaster builds and draws on your educational background and your work experience. It furthers your scientific competences and enables you to deepen your understanding of occupational therapy and occupational science. As a graduate you will be able to evaluate, justify and innovate the concepts and approaches used in your practice. You will have the international inspiration and evidence-based approach that will help you solve problems in the health care system and undertake quality improvement and research projects to enhance practice.

The programme offers you:

  • small class sizes
  • interaction with internationally renowned faculty and like-minded professionals
  • a digital learning and working environment
  • high quality education of five participating universities, some of which are ranked in the top of Europe
  • Occupational Therapy and Occupational Science from a cross-cultural point of view
  • development of your analytical and clinical reasoning skills
  • to grow personally, professionally and as a researcher
  • the opportunity to visit several exciting European cities
  • new career perspectives both in your home country and abroad

This programme is research oriented and generalist. It does not lead to a specialisation – but it’s learnings can be applied in all speciality fields of Occupational Therapy.

The programme provides a scientific university degree on Master of Science level with 90 ECTS credits that allows you to pursue further academic studies on PhD-level.

The European MSc in Occupational Therapy is primarily aimed at qualified Occupational Therapists who wish to continue their academic and professional development.

If you are not an Occupational Therapists you may be able to gain admission after submitting a portfolio, but please be aware that this programme does not lead to a professional qualification and licence to practice as an Occupational Therapist.

Published by  OT Euromaster 29 November 2018

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