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Geriatric Therapy

part time degree programmes for professionals

  • Bachelor of Science

    Bachelor
    Degree

  • 6 semesters

    Standard period of study (amount)

  • Rostock, Köln, Rheine, Berlin

    Location

  • No information

Overview and admission

Study Type

undergraduate

Admission semester

Summer Semester only

Area of study
Health Science
Focus

Sport, Prevention and Nutrition, Palliative Care and Case Management

Admission modus

open admission

Admission requirements (Link)

Admission requirements

- No grade-based admission restrictions - School leaving certificate giving right of entry to higher education, or entrance qualification for studies at universities of applied sciences in conjunction with completed, state-recognised training in a health profession Speech therapy, occupational or physiotherapy Healthcare and Nursing Geriatric Nursing Adjacent occupational groups

Tuition fee

Fees

329.00 EUR / Month

Fees (Link)

The tuition fees for the career-integrated Bachelor degree course currently amount to EUR 329 a month. Depending on the individual requirements, tuition fees can be claimed annually for tax purposes.

Languages of instruction

Main language

German

International office

Akademisches Auslandsamt

Student advisory service

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