1.What is the medium of instruction in the department?

The medium of instruction is English.

2. What are the job opportunities of the department?
Our graduates may work in special education institutions, physical treatment centers, sports clubs, state hospitals, private hospitals. Graduates must take Public Personnel Selection Examination (KPSS) in order to be employed as a physiotherapist in the health care instititutions run by the state.
In addition, they may pursue an academic career by continuing with graduate education.

3.Am I allowed to launch my own clinic?

Physiotherapists are allowed to launch fitness centers and counseling centers.

4.What is the content of physiotherapy education?
Our undergraduate program starts with fundamental medical courses such as physiology, anatomy and continues with professional practical courses. By this means, candidate physiotherapists synthesize theoretical and practical knowledge.

5.Our university awards scholarship on the basis of students’ year-end average.

3.00-3.29 Year-end average

20% Scholarship

3.30-3.49 Year-end average

40% Scholarship

3.50-3.69 Year-end average

60% Scholarship

3.70-3.89 Year-end average

80% Scholarship

3.90-4.00 Year-end average

100% Scholarship + Allowence


For further information about the scholarship opportunities, you may visit http://www.atilim.edu.tr/shares/atilim/files/yonetmelikler/pdf-au-yonetmelikler/burs_yonetmeligi.pdf.

6.Are Double Major and Minor Programs available?

Double major and minor programs are not available in the Department of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation.