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Open Day

Open Day

Open DayNovember 2 , 2019, AmsterdamABOUT THE OPEN DAYCome and join us in Amsterdam, during our next Open Day! We are more than happy to welcome you in our building and introduce you to our students, faculty and staff and show all unique aspects of our international...

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Entrepreneurship Conference

Entrepreneurship Conference

Register NOW for the first ESP Entrepreneurship Conference with alumni talks for students! During this conference, one of the main questions is about life post-ESP: how do you make money as a physio?

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ESP internship stories: Laura in Accra Ghana

ESP internship stories: Laura in Accra Ghana

Our student, Laura Russo just came back to Amsterdam from her physiotherapy internship in Accra, Ghana and she wanted to share her adventures! Looking for some inspiration and tips for your next internship? You might find it right here!

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ESProm

ESProm

Buy your ticket now! The third edition of our ESProm is about to happen! Early bird prices and package discount is now available. Click the button to make your reservation!

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Two great new assets to the team

Two great new assets to the team

Two great new assets to the team!Many months ago, we announced a vacancy for a lecturer in Physiology and Biomechanics, preferably in combination with a physio degree and international background. We were humbled by the many applications we received from all over the...

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The truth about student housing

The truth about student housing

The new truth on student housingFinding good student housing in Amsterdam can be very stressful for ESP students, especially for the ones that have just been accepted. Luckily our experienced creative students created some great tips and tricks that will make it...

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Patrick’s story behind the ESPlanet shirts

Patrick’s story behind the ESPlanet shirts

Patrick's story behind the ESPlanet shirtsOur student Patrick is one of the many international, talented students in our program. Apart from his professional mission pass all courses at ESP to become an excellent physiotherapist, he has another mission, a global one!...

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ESP goes WCPT

ESP goes WCPT

ESP goes WCPT Our ESP colleagues Miriam Wijbenga, Jan-Jaap Voigt, Mel Major and Maarten van Egmond will visit the WCPT Congress in Geneva this May! They will represent ESP and present their research, while being full-time ambassadors of ESP. They are looking to meet...

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Major Work in South Africa

Major Work in South Africa

Major Work in South AfricaOur colleague Mel Major has just visited South Africa on behalf of ESP, last month. It's part of our vision and policy to have high-quality internships all over the world. For many reasons, South Africa is popular amongst our international...

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5 FAQs on the Selection Day

5 FAQs on the Selection Day

5 FAQ's on selection day Typical ESP students have a lot if questions, so you do not have to worry if you have many questions! Our programme coordinator, Bas Moed, will answer the five most frequently asked questions related to the selection day. Please find the...

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Are you Able in Amsterdam?

Are you Able in Amsterdam?

(c) Photo by Emily Rocha - EGAC Photos I am "Able Amsterdam"Tips about Amsterdam's most wheelchair-friendly places by Josephine ReesDid you ever wonder how wheelchair friendly Amsterdam is? You will be surprised...it's not as accessible as you might think. A few...

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UK Physiotherapist meets ESP in NZ

UK Physiotherapist meets ESP in NZ

The story of a UK physiotherapist in  Auckland NZ John is an experienced physiotherapist, graduated from the University of Hertfordshire in the UK in 1999, and is working as a physiotherapist in Auckland, New Zealand and would like to share his story with you. What...

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This blog is managed by faculty and students of the European School of Physiotherapy (Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences). Our programme is intense, our students are amazing and this blog is meant to give you a feel of the athmosphere and student identity!