Course Description

Passionate about physical health and wellbeing? Looking for a rewarding career helping people to feel their best? Physiotherapists help to maintain or restore movement and function in people who are affected by injury, illness or disability. As experts in movement, they play a key role in promoting health, independence and quality of life for people of all ages.


4 years full time,

Starting dates


Graduate Rating

Graduates of Rehabilitation undergraduate courses at Charles Sturt University (CSU) rated their degrees as follows:

Teaching quality: 68.6% (national average 72.0%)
Improved skills: 92.2% (national average 89.7%)
Overall satisfaction: 86.3% (national average 87.6%)

The ratings above refer to the proportion of surveyed graduates who agreed with the statement about their undergraduate degree from Charles Sturt University (CSU). You can find out more about these results here.

Employment Outcomes

Graduates of Rehabilitation undergraduate courses at Charles Sturt University (CSU) had the following employment outcomes:

Employed full time: 90.3% (national average 85.8%)
Studying full time: 2.0% (national average 4.2%)
Median full time salary: $60,000 (national average $60,000)

You can find out more about employment outcome results here.

Course codes

CRICOS Code: 039053K

Entry Requirements

Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours)
In order to be considered for honours at the end of year two, students must achieve a minimum grade point average of 5. 0

Selection into the Honours stream depends on academic merit, the extent to which you have considered a potential project topic and the availability of appropriate supervisors.

If selected, you will complete specific Honours subjects in your third and fourth year that replace standard subjects. Bachelor of Physiotherapy
A completed High School Certificate with an ATAR of 80 (including adjustment factors) or equivalent.


Successful completion of two university level subjects (AQF level Associate Degree or higher) demonstrating a reasonable prospect of success through the Grade Point Average (GPA) gained in these studies.