Starting autumn 2020
By 2050 the global population aged 60 and above, will double.
This will challenge our health and social support systems, and lead to a high demand for rehabilitation professionals. How can we enhance the capabilities of older adults to live the meaningful lives they want?
Western Norway University of Applied Sciences offers an online master’s degree in healthy ageing and rehabilitation that equips for a career in service, leadership, education and research. Our free, international program gives you the opportunity to gain a global perspective and be on the leading edge of this growing field.
You can study from anywhere, anytime, with students from all over the world. You will begin the program on-campus, in Bergen, Norway, meet once again, and work with your fellow students and professors online for two years.
Join our global, interprofessional learning community for the development of age-friendly communities, and improved services for all!
Click here to read more about the master programme and how to apply