Master of Rehabilitation

Gain specialist skills in research and practice to advance your career.

Five stars

for full-time employment outcomes* *Good Universities Guide 2021, PG Health Services


in Australia for median graduate salary, $110,800* *Good Universities Guide 2021, PG Medicine ratings

Enhance your expertise

Build the skills to progress your career


Available to off-shore students only


  • Online: February



^estimated annual tuition fee

Plus Student Services and Amenities fee
Fee deferral and scholarships available if eligible


1.5 years full-time

or part-time equivalent

Entry Requirements

AQF level 7 bachelor degree in a relevant health discipline; or B Physiotherapy, B Occupational Therapy, or B Speech Pathology

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Real stories

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    Tamara Matulick

    Master of Rehabilitation

    Doing the Master of Rehabilitation will help with career progression — especially in getting jobs I wouldn’t otherwise be able to get. You have to manage your time between work and study, but I think you’re more motivated as a learner because you’ve had situations where you can apply your experience and knowledge to.

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    Daniel Behary

    MBBS Student (JCU), MRehab (JCU), BPhty (USYD)

    What inspired me to undertake Master of Rehabilitation at James Cook University is my passion for Interventional Cardiology and interest in Medical research. This course offered me the opportunity to explore the benefits of cardiopulmonary rehabilitation which is often required for patients with advanced heart disease.

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    Moira Smith

    Course Coordinator, Rehabilitation

    The Master of Rehabilitation is an exciting pathway in your healthcare career. There is a great variety of subjects to help upskill in the area of rehabilitation, addressing perspectives from many different disciplines. Whatever your aim, this course will assist the development of your skill set in rehabilitation.