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The story of Marco Kerkhof

Marco is A Dutch physiotherapist with 30 years of experience.  he is working in 2 different words: in  Switzerland and in Africa. There he promotes projects to help people with physical problems and difficulties.

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Showcasing student projects of the past and future

Every ESP graduate leaves ESP with a successful Professional Assignment Project. These assignments consist of a thesis (literature review) that provide an answer to the research question which is ultimately implemented into an innovative product. Are you a...

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ESP internship stories – Alice in Italy

Alice in Italia ESP Internship Alice spent her last summer in Bologna, Italy at her physiotherapy internship. She has had some amazing internship experiences so we asked her to share her story in our 2nd episode of “Internship Stories”. How did...

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ESP Internship Stories: Anna in Mexico

Anna en México ESP Internship Anna is currently in her final year and she has a had some amazing internship experiences. We asked her to share her story in this very first episode of “Internship Stories”. How did you find out about this clinic? I found this clinic in...

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#espamsterdam Photo Contest

During the official part of our annual "Meet and Greet", we were inspired by the different internship stories, shared by ESP students from different generations. From Nepal to Switzerland and from South Africa to Australia. Definitely one the...

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Nice to meet you: ESP Class 2020

57 excited students from 25 different countries just started their career at the European School of Physiotherapy. Through photos and quotes, we have captured their first week, day-by-day. Monday - "Welcome" Well prepared and very excited. That is the first impression...

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MS patient and ESP physiotherapist – a true story

An interview of one ESP graduate to another Fighting MS as an ESP student, yet turning into a physiotherapist and still here in Amsterdam to inspire you with his story: Please meet Hadleigh.When I met Hadleigh the first time back in 2005 he was all into surfing, good...

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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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We are ESP – the true Instagram story

We analyzed our espamsterdam Instagram account and here's what we found Many of our students, alumni and other friends are already into Instagram and we hope that the rest will follow. ESP is using Instagram to connect with the extended ESP family, but also to give an...

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ESP’s love stories

Will you marry me...esp? They graduated back in 2010 and have remained friends ever since. Yannick and Nina, both ESP alumni had their wedding this summer in Mallorca! The entire wedding photo above contains only ESP alumni. Some of these lovely people above took the...

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How we offer our online course in ICU rehab

Working as physiotherapist in the intensive care unit (ICU) is exciting, I always compare it with Crime Scene Investigation; you need to move around with care – for yourself, for your patient and their families – but you need to also be firm, decisive think on your...

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Sneak Preview into Semester 1

We would like to offer all of you a sneak preview into our physiotherapy program by offering you some really special insights into semester 1 and its courses! Whether you are just interested in ESP or already signed up and want to get ready for the selection day, this...

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