A bachelor is an academic degree program that helps prepare students for a future career or to continue their education. Bachelor’s degrees can be earned in about three to five years depending on student achievement as well as the requirements of each specific degree program.
Faculty of Veterinary Medicine - Banat University Of Agricultural Sciences And Veterinary Medicine Timisoara
Undergraduate course organized by the faculty of Veterinary Medicine of Banat in Timișoara is Veterinary medicine available in English and in Romanian for 6 years. The Ve
Undergraduate course organized by the faculty of Veterinary Medicine of Banat in Timișoara is Veterinary medicine available in English and in Romanian for 6 years. The Veterinary Medicine program leads to Doctor of Veterinary Medicine.
The tuition fee for undergraduate Veterinary Medicine is 3,200 Euro/year in the first 3 years (1st, 2nd and 3rd year, respectively) when all teaching activities are performed in English. For the next 3 years (4th, 5th and 6th year, respectively) with teaching activities in Romanian, the tuition fee is approx. 1,000 Euro/year for the students from EU countries, the same with the fee paid by the Romanian students. For the students from non-EU countries, the fee remains 3,200 Euro/year....
Grigore T. Popa University Of Medicine and Pharmacy IASI
Physiotherapists: independent and autonomous professionals with the knowledge, skills, and competencies, prepared to have a key role in health systems taking their own de
Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy
(Balneology, physical therapy, and rehabilitation)
Balneology, physical therapy, and rehabilitation = Clinical education across diverse areas of practice
Number of years: 3 years undergraduate degree, 180 credits
Number of students: 45 students/year
FEE: 3000 euro/year
What is the Physio-kinesiotherapy?
Independent and autonomous professionals with the knowledge, skills, and competencies, prepared to have a key role in health systems taking their own decisions.
Physio-kinesiotherapy provides services to individuals and populations in circumstances where movement and function are or may be, threatened by aging, injury, pain, diseases, disorders, conditions or environmental factors.
Physio-kinesiotherapy promotes the active participation in society through the development, maintenance and restoration of health, movement capacity, physical activity and functional ability throughout the lifespan.
What the physio-kinesiotherapist do?
diagnoses the functional problems;
provides treatment, assisting the person to restore movement and/or avoid injuring themselves further;
seeks input from other health professionals if required;
helps the person to achieve the best possible recovery, activity, and quality of life.
Where the physio-kinesiotherapist works?
Occupational health and safety roles at workplaces.
Learning outcomes of the study program
Physical therapy techniques, and kinesiological, prophylactic and motor rehabilitation assistance;
Electrotherapy, hydrotherapy, thermotherapy and massage techniques;
The evaluation of the patients’ anatomical and functional status and the communication of the significant data to the specialized physician;
Devising and establishing the stages of the individual treatment plans based on static and dynamic physical exercises, chosen in accordance with the clinical diagnosis;