2023-2024 / MSTG0530-2

Training courses of physiotherapy (part I)


210h Internship

Number of credits

 Bachelor in physiotherapy and rehabilitation7 crédits 


Jean-Louis Croisier, Christophe Demoulin, Bénédicte Forthomme, Jean-François Kaux, Didier Maquet, Marc Vanderthommen


Jean-Louis Croisier

Language(s) of instruction

French language

Organisation and examination

Teaching in the second semester


Schedule online

Units courses prerequisite and corequisite

Prerequisite or corequisite units are presented within each program

Learning unit contents

The learning activities MSTG0530 take place in various hospital departments (intensive care, neurology, orthopaedics, rehabilitation/physiotherapy, etc.) as well as in private practice or in nursing homes.
The average duration of a traineeship is about 4 weeks. The student must write a report on a patient undergoing treatment and return it to his or her training supervisor during each training period. This report is subject to evaluation.
An information meeting concerning the organisation, planning and running of the internships is held at the beginning of the academic year.

Learning outcomes of the learning unit

To apply, on real patients and under the supervision of a senior physiotherapist, the techniques learned during Theoretical and Practical courses.

Prerequisite knowledge and skills

All the courses already learned.

Planned learning activities and teaching methods

 Learning in the field. Patient care under the supervision of the training supervisor.

Mode of delivery (face to face, distance learning, hybrid learning)

Face-to-face course

Additional information:

This is 2 practical training courses of approximately 4 weeks.
The schedule depends on the location of the internship, but is usually between 8am and 6pm during the week only. Internship hours can never be worked during the course of the student's programme.

Recommended or required readings

All courses always seen.

Continuous assessment

Additional information:

- Evaluation of the stage and of the report by the senior Physiotherapist;
- Global evaluation of the "Module Stage" in June by the responsible Professors (J.L. CROISIER, D. MAQUET and C. DEMOULIN).

Work placement(s)

The 2 clinical placements last about 4 weeks.

Organisational remarks and main changes to the course

The stage takes usually place during the 2nd quadrimestre, between march and may.


Administration: Mrs A. HANSSEN ahanssen@uliege.be et Mr. Steve JASPAR steve.jaspar@uliege.be, ISEPK - B21 (Tél. : 04/366.38.97).
Prof. DEMOULIN Christophe - ISEPK - B21 (04/366.38.95 - christophe.demoulin@uliege.be)
Prof. CROISIER Jean-Louis, ISEPK (04/366.39.32 - jlcroisier@uliege.be)
Prof. MAQUET Didier, ISEPK (04/366.39.32 - D.Maquet@uliege.be)
Prof. VANDERTHOMMEN Marc, ISEPK (04/366.38.78 - mvanderthommen@uliege.be)
Prof. FORTHOMME Bénédicte, CHU (04/366.78.25 - bforthomme@chuliege.be)
Prof. KAUX Jean-François, CHU (04/366 82 41 - jfkaux@uliege.be) 

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