About the School of Physiotherapy
Physiotherapy is a diverse and interesting career that involves the study of physical function of the human body in health and disease. The MSc Physiotherapy program educates physiotherapists who excel in their profession through advanced education and research training in the rehabilitation sciences. Learn more about the School of Physiotherapy.
NEW: Admission Information
Online application statuses will be updated as soon as your application package has been opened and documentation has been verified; a confirmation letter will be sent to you via email by the School.
Interviews will take place in all four Atlantic Provinces between Saturday, April 18 - Saturday, April 25, 2015. Applicants will be notified by email in mid March.
• Nova Scotia: Saturday April 18 & Saturday April 25
• Newfoundland: Tuesday April 21 & Wednesday April 22
• New Brunswick: Thursday April 23 & Friday April 24
• Prince Edward Island: Tuesday, April 21
The application deadline for our MSc PT program is Saturday, January 31, 2015 for our September 2015 class intake.
Find out more:
• 2015 Admissions
The MSc (Rehabilitation Research - Physiotherapy) program considers applications on an ongoing basis.
How much will your MScPT or MScRRPT education cost on average in a year?
• Visit the Fee Calculator to give you an idea.
Important Notice from Student Accessibility Services
Students with disabilities are encouraged to register as quickly as possible at the Advising Access Service Centre (AASC) if they wish to receive academic accommodations. To do so please phone 494-2836, email email@example.com, drop in at the new Mark A. Hill Accessibility Centre or visit the Student Accessibility website. Students are also reminded that, for convenience, all forms are now available on that website.
Faculty and Research
The faculty at the School of Physiotherapy take their research responsibilities seriously and recognize the value of their research to the profession and the community at large.
Learn more about our faculty and their research specializations.