Faculty of Health Sciences

Faculty of Health Sciences

Modern humans and the ever-changing landscape of challenges they face are the focus of the teaching and research at LUNEX University.
What sets the FACULTY OF HEALTH SCIENCES apart at LUNEX University is the unique connection between different disciplines under the umbrella of sports sciences and therapy. Studies in this faculty cover areas as diverse as the acquisition of movement, for example among children and young people, performance-oriented training, and prevention and rehabilitation in the contexts of injury and diseases.

Physiotherapy (B.Sc. & M.Sc.)

The degree program in physiotherapy at LUNEX University distinguishes itself through its unique combination of academic education and practicallyoriented content. The program is aimed at emerging expert staff and leaders in the field who are interested in the subject of physiotherapy and want to practice their profession at the highest academic level. Both the Bachelor’s and the Master’s programs should be completed by students in order to become licensed to practice as
physiotherapists in Europe.

Sports Physiotherapy (M.Sc.)

The degree program is geared towards all physiotherapists who would like to specialize in the area of sports therapy in order to work with athletes in a range of sports disciplines at a variety of different levels (sports for health purposes, recreational sports, or high-performance sports).
Graduates of the program have extensive knowledge in training sciences and practical sports therapy. The degree program is an appropriate choice for anyone who would like to help athletes get back on track with their training and competition schedules after peak performance or injury and contribute to their long-term success.

Exercise & Sport Sciences - Human Movement (B.Sc.)

Students in the degree program become specialists in human movement and develop a broad range of competencies that they can apply in many contexts.
The degree program is aimed at anyone interested in working with a broad spectrum of people (children and adolescents, patients postinjury, disabled people) who need to learn or relearn movements. Graduates can also use their extensive knowledge in the prevention of musculoskeletal disorders.