|Study location||Turkey, İstanbul|
|Tuition fee||₺25,920 per year|
High school / secondary education (or higher)
Official transcript notary certified translation from Turkish Embassy or Consulate in their countries.
The entry qualification documents are accepted in the following languages: English / Turkish.
Often you can get a suitable transcript from your school. If this is not the case, you will need official translations along with verified copies of the original.
High school graduation or its equivalent is a prerequisite for admission to any program at Istanbul Medipol University. Admission is based on a review of all credentials presented by an applicant. Scholastic background is evaluated by the Admissions Committee, along with personal qualifications and aptitude of each applicant. The application process is same for all international applicants regardless of citizenship status or country of residence. The application will be evaluated when all documents (application form, photograph, transcript, diploma and test scores) are received. SAT Reasoning Test (SAT1) and IB examination scores are strongly recommended but not required for admission. Such information will assist the evaluation process. Applicants, however, who choose not to take SAT Tests or IB examination will not be disadvantageous for admission. A provisional acceptance may be granted to applicants who have provided evidence of qualification for admission, but have yet to submit official records, test scores, or additional materials required.
At least 2 reference(s) should be provided.
The goal of IMU Department of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation is to provide healthcare staff that helps patients achieve optimal recovery of function and movement, and enhance the overall quality of life through:
- Promotion of fitness and healthcare,
- Prevention of disabilities
- Identification of causes for dysfunction (like pain, muscle tightness)
- Augmentation of independence in activities of daily living
IMU Department of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation focuses on the health care specialities meant to restore health and functional abilities for people after acute illness or injury such as stroke, spinal cord injuries, heart surgery, amputation, joint replacement, sports injuries, or spinal disorders. Our graduates are dedicated to advancing their knowledge of effective physiotherapy and rehabilitation therapies, and delivering the best possible patient care. The duration of education is four years, and the education language is Turkish. Patient contact is an integral part of the educational program at an early stage, provided with summer practices and clinical training rounds.
Graduates can find job opportunities in universities, public and private university hospitals, rehabilitation centers, private clinics, sports clubs, industrial facilities, public health units, home rehabilitation offering centers, centers of sports and recreational activities for the healthy and the handicapped, schools, hotels with SPA centers, schools for the handicapped, and at primary health care centers.
Istanbul Medipol University, Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Department was founded in 2010. The goal of the program is to provide health care staff who specialized, sophisticated, principled and can keep information up to date. The department has 4-year Bachelor’s degree, and Master of Science since 2012 and Doctor of Philosophy programs in 2013 have been carried out under the Institute of Health Sciences, Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Department. The department graduates take the title of “physiotherapist” after the graduation. All graduates can take their professional role in health care system and also they can continue developing their academic skills.
University graduates can work in universities, private, government and university hospitals, rehabilitation centers, private clinics, sport clubs, industrial plants, public health units, home rehabilitation, sports and recreational areas for healthy and disabled people, schools, nursing homes, hotels, spa hotels, municipalities, schools for disabled people, first degree health care system.