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Master in Occupational Therapy

From spring 2016, KI offers a combination of free-standing courses at advanced level to obtain a master's degree in occupational therapy. However, all the courses except one are held in Swedish. You combine subject-specific courses with interprofessional courses of your choice of theory of science and research methodology (together with physiotherapy and nursing). A master's degree requires 60 credits at advanced level, of which at least 15 credits in subject-specific courses.

Master course in English:

Challenges for the Emerging City - Open Lab Multidisciplinary Project Course, 15 credits

In cooperation with four universities and colleges in Denmark, the Netherlands, Switzerland and the United Kingdom, the Division of Occupational Therapy at Karolinska Institutet offers a European Master of Science program in Occupational Therapy.

European Master of Science in Occupational Therapy