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IIHS provides pathways to 4 universities in four continents

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The IIHS affiliations between The State University of New York (USA), Coventry University (United Kingdom), Helsinki Metropolia University of Applied Sciences (Finland) and University of Tasmania (Australia) allows students to continue their learning experiences in three very credible and learning centres. 

IIHS (www.iihsciences.edu.lk) offers a three-year Advanced Diploma in Physiotherapy in Sri Lanka which provides pathways to the above mentioned countries. The pathways following the Advanced Diploma in Physiotherapy at IIHS vary from an Associate Degree to Bachelor’s Degree to a Masters qualification. With worldwide employment opportunities for physiotherapists, these pathways have proven to provide students with the best possible outcomes. 

Qualified physiotherapists can work in a wide range of community and hospital settings and have a high professional demand worldwide. 

Whilst being in the health industry is extremely rewarding, the salary and allowance benefits serve as an incentive for physiotherapists to remain in the profession and serve the community for generations. Physiotherapists also contribute to a variety of areas such as industrial and automobile accidents, sports injuries, physical disabilities, home care and geriatric care. 

Furthermore, with the state-of-the art IMPULSE Physiotherapy clinic located in IIHS and the opportunity to complete clinical placements at Asiri Central Hospital, students have an opportunity to gain experience in the clinical field whilst studying. For more info visit on the Advanced Diploma in Physiotherapy program at IIHS visit www.iihsciences.edu.lk or call 0114654144/0768231831.

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