Occupational therapy

Why study Occupational therapy?

We offer experienced health professionals and other graduates the opportunity to develop their expertise and research in professional settings. Professional doctorates take three years full-time study or part-time equivalent. In first year, you will do coursework in compulsory and elective units and the second and third years consist of a research thesis and doctoral colloquia. You may take up to 75% of the coursework in units with a strong practical and clinical orientation.

Career opportunities

Postgraduate research qualifications let you specialise in specific practice areas and apply for senior and specialist positions.

About the academic staff

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Overseas study opportunities

You may be eligible for our student exchange program.