- Faculty : Faculty of Health Sciences
Undergraduate program – leading to a bachelor’s or engineer’s degree, open to secondary school graduates who have passed high-school leaving exam
Master’s program – leading to a master’s degree, open to those holding a bachelor’s degree
Doctoral program – leading to a doctoral degree, open to those holding a master’s degree or equivalent
Students holding a bachelor’s or master’s degree may enroll in extension /continuing education programs
- Language: English
Dynamic growth of the University WSEI gives future students a lot of possibilities to choose among diverse degree courses (programs) including postgraduate courses on Department (Faculty) of Health Science. Our students are prepared to challenges of nowadays world and local economic and social conditions when they enter job market. Program specialization tracks – occupational therapy for older adults and oncology rehabilitation give the opportunity for students to obtain a diploma that are of significant interest in health care industry and become employees of hospitals, local health department, physical rehabilitation centers, schools, surgeries, fitness clubs, recreation centers, sport agencies, beauty salons, sanatoriums, physiotherapy centers, recreation centers for people with disabilities, rehabilitation centers for people with mental disorder etc.
Advantages of the course
Focus on innovation and entrepreneurship in studying process. Preparing students to challenges of nowadays world and current local economic and social conditions (specialization: occupational therapy for older adults and oncology rehabilitation).
The scope of the studies is based on national qualifications framework and is in line with World Confederation for Physical Therapy (WCPT) guidelines. Collaboration with local health departments helps to enrich worldview and reduce cross-cultural differences.
Our lectures are highly qualified professionals providing physical therapy services, which include rehabilitation, balneology and manual therapy.
Graduates achieve professional and social competences, which may be applied to physiotherapy practices with older people. Graduates can work as medical personal, health educator and physiotherapist in hospitals, local health department, physical rehabilitation centers, schools, surgeries, fitness clubs, recreation centers, sport agencies, beauty salons, sanatoriums etc.
Modern learning facilities with professional equipment: 40 classrooms; 15 laboratories including physiotherapy and massage studio, UGUL cabin, computer posturography; 5 computer studios, 11 auditoriums, sports hall, gym for people with disabilities.
Online access to WSEI catalogue library and other libraries from Lublin region and Poland (NUKAT(Central National Universal Catalog) Web of Science library).)
Interesting facts that are present through studies
- Workshops and training lessons show student how they can help older people with coordination problems, memory problems, concentration disorder and with self-sufficiency.
- Sherborne Developmental Movement (SDM) – a method for training social and motor skills. The SDM - method in taught for individual and group therapy. Sherborne Developmental Movement is a method that teach to work with movement that is both accessible and relevant, especially for people with minimal movement experience.\Practice aquatic therapy by Halliwick technique and other techniques for older adults.
- Occupational therapy for older adults
- Oncology rehabilitation
The physiotherapy graduate - job opportunities
- Hospital stuff with different specializations\
- Rehabilitation centers
- Physiotherapy centers
- Pharmaceutical industry
- Recreation centers for people with disabilities
- Rehabilitation centers for people with mental disorder
- Orthopedic supplies shops
University of Economics and Innovation
Wyższa Szkoła Ekonomii i Innowacji w Lublinie
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Fax: 81 749-32-13
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Phone: 81 749 32 39
Elżbieta Kowalska - Dzieciuch M.A.
International Recruitment Specialist
Phone: +48 81 749 32 39
Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.