Bachelor in Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation [180.0] - KINE1BA
Supplying the expert response in an aim to restore the potentialities of somebody who is ill, wounded or handicapped, at different stages of his life, such is the challenge that the student of Kinesitherapy and Rehabilitation prepares himself to take on in the practice of this profession. Making sure that the student is ready for that is the objective of the Kinesitherapy and Rehabilitation (KINE) study programme offered at the Institute of Physical Education and Rehabilitation (IEPR).
The expert in Kinesitherapy and Rehabilitation is an expert in health :
In the first year, during the month of November, a compulsory test is organised to enable the students to evaluate to what extent their work corresponds to the expectations of the University programme.
The exams are organised in the form of two main sessions : one in January and the other in June. The September session is for re-sits.
For the theoretical courses, the evaluation is conducted in the form of a written or oral exam, depending on the course, and may be combined and/or replaced by elements of ongoing evaluation.
For the practical training sessions, the evaluation is ongoing and may be completed by a final evaluation.
The evaluation procedures for each course are communicated to the students at the beginning of the session.
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