- Course type:
- Part Time
You must be a physiotherapist registered with the Health and Care Professions Council. You will also
need to be a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and be a Category B member of the
Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Animal Therapy (ACPAT) for insurance purposes.
Applicants should have at least a lower second class (2:2) Honours degree in physiotherapy.
A minimum of one year postgraduate experience of working as a human physiotherapist is also
Applicants whose first language is not English must have a minimum IELTS score of seven overall with
a minimum of 6.5 in any section (or equivalent).
Previous learning towards a university-level qualification or relevant work experience may count as credit for this course. Please contact our admissions team.
PG Cert: £2100 (UK/EU), £3675 (international)
PG Dip: £4200 (UK/EU), £7560 (international)
MSc: £6,300 (UK/EU), £11,340 (international)
MRes: £5512 (UK/EU), £11,025 (international)
MSc Veterinary Physiotherapy: MSc Veterinary Physiotherapy £5,250 per year for years one and two and £1,837 for year three
Are you a member of the UWE or Hartpury Alumni? You are entitled to a 20% discount on full time fees or 10% on part time fees (i.e. less than 90 credits per years).
MRes students are also eligible to put in an application for funding to the Hartpury Scholarship committee up to a maximum of £1000 to cover research projects.find out more
Hartpury provides a unique postgraduate experience on a stunning 360-hectare rural campus, but with the thriving urban centres of Gloucester and Cheltenham nearby.
Supported by outstanding staff, postgraduate students are able to engage in applied study and research as part of Hartpury’s active research community on our specialist campus.
With the Cheltenham and Gloucester on your doorstep and so much happening on campus, life at Hartpury is never dull! Whether you want to grab a quick coffee, lunch between lectures or a late night drink or snack, you’ll find everything you need on site, from our very own Costa Coffee bar ‘Red & Black’ to restaurants and Legends Bar.
Research is not something that is shut away in a laboratory at Hartpury. Along with scholarship and practice, it is central to Hartpury postgraduate life.
Our University Centre prides itself on conducting exceptional applied research and scholarship. Following our last institutional review by the Quality Assurance Agency (QAA) in 2011, the culture of research and scholarly activities that exist at Hartpury were highlighted as a key area of good practice.our research
Hartpury offers a range of Integrated Masters programmes in Sport, Equine and Animal. The first two years parallel the associated BSc (Hons) degree. On successful completion of your second year and with the achievement of a minimum mark average, you will then progress on to a third year where you will study a careful arrangement of third year and postgraduate modules before embarking on a final year of Masters level study. In the final year, you will carry out a research project to explore your own area of specific interest and extend your specialist knowledge and critical thinking.
To find all of our MScI degree courses, just search under honours degrees in the course search.