Bachelor of Occupational Therapy
Application deadlines: December 1, June 1
Processing time: 30 days
Full-time, Part-time, Distance & online learning
Intakes: February 11
International tuition: A$34,000
Domestic tuition: A$9,359
Study a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy at UC and you will: obtain a broad and coherent understanding of critical values, theories, perspectives and concepts that underpin the occupational therapy profession be able to use your knowledge, skill and professional awareness to add value to the assessment, intervention and therapeutic process communicate clearly and coherently in a range of occupational therapy settings to a variety of stakeholders be able to read, critique and evaluate evidence from research into the practices of occupational therapy.
This program can be done
- TOEFL iBT
Admission Requirements Normal UC requirements for admission to an undergraduate course. The normal UC requirements for admission to undergraduate degrees are based on an entrance rank. A rank can be achieved by the following means: Year 12 ATAR other Australian Qualification work Experience overseas Qualification Additional Admission Requirements Clinical practice is a key component of the program and is assessed. Students may be required to complete this component outside of teaching time. Prior to commencing clinical practice, all students need to present a complete immunisation schedule, and First Aid certificates including CPR, as a requirement of the ACT and NSW health departments. All students are required to undergo a 'working with vulnerable people' check, and Australian Federal Police Record Check prior to undertaking clinical experience. English Language Requirements: There are non-standard English language requirements for this course. To be eligible you must have an academic IELTS or equivalent of 7.0, with no band score below 7.0. For alternate/equivalent ways of meeting the English requirements for this course please view the English Proficiency Requirements document on the university website.
Graduates of the Bachelor of Occupational Therapy will be able to seek employment within public, private and or voluntary sector settings, as well as provide services in diverse environments such as homes, schools, workplaces, health centres, supported accommodation, housing for seniors, rehabilitation centres, hospitals and forensic centres.
Bruce , Australia