Physiotherapy is a science belonging to the field of Health Sciences. This area of knowledge defines the skills, competences, abilities and aspirations of the future students of the Degree in Physiotherapy.
From the point of view of Health Sciences, students who choose the Degree in Physiotherapy should have attention and perception skills, capacity for analysis and synthesis, thoroughness and attention to details, visual and auditory memory, logical reasoning, numerical and spatial skills, gift for abstraction, willingness to research and scientific events, interest in new technologies and human development and treatment.
On the other hand, students should be interested in the study of man as an individual and his environment. It is advisable that students who choose our degree have a social sensitivity, ability to social relations and interpersonal contacts, capacity to communicate, reason and understand, visual and auditory memory, analytical and negotiation skills, flexibility and critical sense.
Interests: scientific, humanistic, health and society.
Skills: Ability to observation, ability to self-observation, ability to oral communication, research skills, capacity for analysis and criticism, good social skills.
Attitudes: Responsibility, cordiality respect, empathy.
“After getting to know other universities and other studies, I think that I have finally found my future in the Physiotherapy at the UCAM.
I am very happy to be at this University because it offers a very individualized attention in both professional and personal development. With a reduced number of students per class, companionship is promoted and you don’t feel you are in class with strangers. Practical lessons are even more personalized with groups of 10 or 20 students. Regarding internships in companies, there is a wide range of companies for you to choose from.
In Physiotherapy, as a practical degree, practical lessons are very important, with even more practical than theoretical work at certain times. Good material available for students and well-equipped rooms to teach or study.
With regard to the professors, I consider that they are excellent professionals and we have the opportunity to assess them at the end of each semester. So if you are interested in the world of health, physical recovery, dealing with people…, this may be your University and your Degree.”
Néstor Martínez Martínez
Student of the 3rd year in Physiotherapy