Become a physiotherapist, and use physical rehabilitation, injury prevention and exercise to improve your patients' quality of life.

By studying physiotherapy at Victoria University, you will gain practical expertise to restore people's mobility, function and health – learning from leading researchers and physiotherapists in world-class facilities.

Bachelor of Applied Movement Sciences/Master of Physiotherapy
Become a physiotherapist and use rehabilitation and exercise to improve people's quality of life, with the Bachelor of Applied Movement Science/Master of Physiotherapy from Victoria University.
Duration 4.5 years Campus Footscray Park Delivery mode In person

Master of Physiotherapy
Develop hands-on expertise in physical rehabilitation and care by studying the Master of Physiotherapy at Victoria University.
Duration 2 years Campus Footscray Park Delivery mode In person

Certificate IV in Fitness SIS40221
Kick-start your career in the health and fitness sector, one of the fastest growing industries globally, with the Certificate IV in Fitness SIS40221 at Victoria University Polytechnic.
Campus Footscray Park, Werribee

Studying physiotherapy at VU

At Victoria University (VU), we want you to follow your passion and excel in the industry you've always dreamed of.

We're one of Australia's most industry-connected institutions, and are one of the top 3% of universities in the world.

You'll learn from leading industry professionals who combine theory with practice to prepare you for your career from day one.

A physiotherapy student completes practical training.

Upon successful completion of the Bachelor of Applied Movement Sciences and Master of Physiotherapy you will be eligible to register with the Physiotherapy Board of Australia and, once registered, to practise as a physiotherapist.*

*Accreditation pending from the Australian Physiotherapy Council.


Study a physiotherapy course and you may work as part of a multidisciplinary team in a variety of settings, including:

  • hospitals
  • aged and community care
  • centres for people with physical disabilities
  • rehabilitation centres
  • private practice
  • elite and community sports
  • health research and health promotion
  • paediatrics
  • women’s and men’s health.