Tuesday, 25 November 2014

tDPT offered to BPA Members by NUMSS

NUMSS & BPA Academic Cooperation 

Bangladesh Physiotherapy Association (BPA) has asked National University of Medical Sciences  (NUMSS) to provide the transitional Doctor of Physical Therapy (tDPT) program to its 2000 members. 

Physiotherapists in Bangladesh must be members of the BPA to join the tDPT program offered by NUMSS and also complete 1000 hours of clinical education in Bangladesh. BPA will be in charge of clinical placement of NUMSS students in Bangladesh. 

There are 21 universities that offer 100% online tDPT programs since 2003, graduating over 20,000 doctors. However 20 of them are in the USA and accept only US licensed physical therapists. 

NUMSS is the largest provider of osteopathic education worldwide, teaching Doctor of Osteopathy (DO) & transitional Doctor of Physical Therapy in 45 countries.  We are the only university in the world offering 100% online tDPT that accepts non-American physiotherapists. 

Our tuition is the least expensive of all universities offering tDPT (3,300 EURO compared to up to $20,000 to $125,000 charged by American universities). All classes are taught in English. 

For more information please email us at admissions@numss.com or visit www.numss.com or our blog for the latest news at www.nationaluniversityofmedicalsciences.blogspot.ca.   

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Please click on the link below to read the enrollment requirements of NUMSS tDPT set up by the Bangladesh Physiotherapy Association: http://nationaluniversityofmedicalsciences.blogspot.ca/2014/11/tdpt-requirements-set-by-bangladesh.html

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