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#1 Thursday 20th of October 2016 17:17


Studying In Europe

Hello everyone!
I really need some help and guidance in looking and applying for schools in Europe. I am from the United States and I have finished a degree in Occupational Therapy Assistant. I am mostly interested in the Netherlands and Greece schools in a bachelors of occupational therapy degree and would like to study it in English. Does any one have in school in minds that I can check out? I am also open to other countries as well if the schools are great. Thank you!


#2 Sunday 30th of October 2016 14:14


Re: Studying In Europe

Hey! Awesome opportunity to go to Europe to study abroad. I'm from the Netherlands (HAN University of Applied Sciences @ Nijmegen) and as far as I know it's not possible here to study OT in English. But if you want to get in touch - I can help you?
Also: at this platform you can post your question at the forum, maybe other students from Europe can help you out as well?
bye, Marlies


#3 Tuesday 10th of January 2017 22:45


Re: Studying In Europe

Hello everyone, I am an OT student in France (1st year), as far as I know, all our courses to get to the license are in french... To attempt to a french OT school we need to apply to a selective test (everybody can take it), but the it's about french, physics, biology and psychotechnic tests.
I would be very interested to apply to a project similar as Erasmus but with OT schools. It would give me the opportunity to get better in English, discover a new country but moreover have other perspective about what OT is like in other countries. Does anyone know if it is possible to attempt to en European OT school for a year (English courses?). 
Thank you,


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