The School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences offers Graduate Entry Masters programs in Audiology, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy and Speech Pathology. These programs aim to equip graduate entry students with the theoretical knowledge, skills and professional attributes necessary for a career in one of these health professions.

These full-time, full fee-paying courses are designed to provide graduate students with appropriate qualifications, and a means of entry into the relevant professions by undertaking an accelerated course of study. Entry is via a competitive selection process in which specific selection criteria will be addressed. On successful completion, graduates are eligible to apply for registration to practise in Australia. For more information select the specific Graduate Entry Masters Program below, or contact the Student Administration Unit.

The School's GEMS programs are as follows:

Master of Audiology Studies

Master of Occupational Therapy Studies

Master of Speech Pathology Studies

Master of Physiotherapy Studies

For a complete list of UQ Postgraduate Health and Rehabilitation programs, visit the UQ Courses and Programs website.