Master's in Neurorehabilitation (7th edition)
120 ECTS (3,000 total hours: 700 hours attendance, 600 hours of mentoring activities, 100 hours of evaluation activities and 1,600 hours of independent student work).
1st year: September 2016 to July 2017 (beginning 19 September 2016)
2nd year: September 2017 to July 2018
Classes are held Monday through Friday (9:00 a.m.‐1:00 p.m. and 2:00 p.m.‐5:00 p.m.) for one week each month. The schedule and dates are posted in the detailed information for each module.
Master's Degree Price
For the 2016‐2017 academic year, the cost of the master's degree is €3,900 plus fees if you are a student from EU countries or a resident alien.
If you are a non-resident alien or you are not a national of an EU country, the cost for the 2016‐2017 academic year is € 6,960 plus fees.
The master's degree has an online learning support and communication platform. The platform contains the curriculum guides for each of the modules, outlines of the classes and recommended items, contact email addresses of the coordinators, as well as forums where students and professors can communicate outside of classroom hours.
|Modules||O. Professional||O. Research|
|1st year||Neurorehabilitation: Person, Family and Environment||10|
|Introduction to Research||10|
|Reeducation, Prevention and Treatment of Complications||10|
|Neurorehabilitation in Childhood||10|
|ECTS 2016-2017 Academic Year||60|
|2nd year||Functional Training in Neurological Disability, Diagnosis and Treatment||10|
|Neurological Disability: Motor Learning, Physical Activity and Sport||10|
|Neurorehabilitation in Acquired Brain Injury and Neurodegenerative Disease||10|
|ECTS 2017-2018 Academic Year||60|
|Total ECTS Master's Degree||120|