Our exciting 4 year Master's level programme will develop your clinical, leadership, management and research skills to meet the demands and challenges of current healthcare. You will learn how to promote, maintain and restore an individual’s physical well-being through both academic, clinical and practical teaching. Following the completion of this course, you will be eligible for registration with the Health and Care Professions Council.
As a Physiotherapy student, you may be eligible for an annual grant of £5000 to help cover your living costs through the NHS Learning Support Fund. More information and the full eligibility criteria can be found here.
No. 2in England for Physiotherapy Guardian University League Table, 2021
£5000non-repayable grant to support your studies Department of Health and Social Care
Accreditedby the UK Health and Care Professions Council and the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy
Tom Davies, Physiotherapy Graduate
"I have loved my time at Keele studying Physiotherapy. With outstanding guidance and support I have gained the academic, clinical and research skills needed and in a wide variety of key topics, that were all delivered through engaging and challenging modes of learning and assessment style."
Chris Wood, Year 3 BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy Student
"When I first applied to Keele I didn’t know too much about it. Following visits to campus for an open day and my interview I very quickly fell in love with Keele. You meet students from other universities on placement and learn about how other courses are run. It seemed that all other students, and educators, had always heard of the strong reputation of Keele students and it made me very proud to carry the Keele name. The depth of teaching, staff support and spread of content over the course are all second to none. Looking back, choosing Keele was the best decision I ever made."
Millie Berrett, Year 3 BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy Student
"I chose to study physio at Keele because of the atmosphere that was created and shared by everyone I met at my first open day. This is something that has continued through my 3 years at Keele. I have made some amazing friends who along with the staff at SAHP have supported me through the duration of my degree and helped to make a stressful 3 years some of the most enjoyable. "
Marcus Chung, Year 3 BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy Student
"The sense of community within the student body has positively impacted my learning experience and outcome, I don’t think I would have completed my 3 years at Keele successfully without the help and support from my peers."
Emma Billing, BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy Graduate
"As a mature student, I knew Keele' s reputation for academic performance. I wasn't disappointed; the quality of teaching has been excellent, and I've had unique extra-curricular opportunities through Keele, including the Keele Sports Injury Clinic and Mentorship program with Connect, who I now work for. What I hadn't expected, was the Keele Physio family. Tutors always there to talk to and support me, even if it meant tough love sometimes! This transfers to the students, and we've all supported each other over the years. I leave now with found memories and friends who feel more like family. "
Kathleen Tan, BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy Graduate
"After 3 years being an international student from Malaysia, studying in Keele University, I'd like to thank SAHP for the support and guidance for us to be aspiring physiotherapists. I am very grateful to the school who offers such freedom and wide range of choices for our placements, allowing me to gain full experiences in all MSK, Neuro and CVR specialties, in the NHS and in private settings. Being a CSP student rep and a student mentor in SAHP, I can say that the school and the staff provides a safe and encouraging environment, not only for professional development but also personal growths."
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