Admissions Process.

Please find our admission process below.

1 – Open Days

On occasions we run Open Days. However if the application date is approaching (1st May) please do not wait for an Open Day before applying. Please use the form at the bottom of this page.

2 – Apply

To apply please request a CEPT Course Information for Applicants from Dr. Richard Payne MRCVS. Please use the form at the bottom of this page.

3 – References

.When you submit your application please ensure you include two referees.

4 – CV & Personal Statement

When you submit your application please ensure you include your CV and personal statement.

5 – Interview

The next stage of the process is that all suitable applicants will be intervied.

6 – Notification

Every interviewed applicant will be notified.

Eligibility.

Academic Standing.

To apply for the veterinary physiotherapy course , ideally you need a first degree in a relevant subject. Prior learning experience may be taken into account for mature candidates. A good working knowledge of animal care and handling is required. You do not need to be a Veterinary Surgeon, Veterinary Nurse or human physiotherapist, although holders of such qualifications are welcome to apply.

Extra Curricular Activities.

Please include any activities, societies, charities and hobbies that you participate and support in your application.


  • Please ensure you have included your CV in you application.
  • Please ensure you have included your personal statement in your application.
  • Please ensure you have included two referees and their contact details in your application.
  • Please ensure you have included your contact details in your application.

Tuition.

Training is around a problem oriented approach to assess and plan physiotherapy. Students are able to develop their knowledge of a wide range of topics, from anatomy and physiology, clinical conditions and therapeutic techniques through to study skills and research methodology.


The theoretical teachings of the first year are used to provide the basis for the practical training in the second year. Turning theory into practice. CEPT uses physiotherapists from both IRVAP and ACPAT and allocates students to different clinics and physiotherapists to gain a wide experience.

Contact.

  • Please check your details are correct. CEPT will not keep your details until you make a formal application or wish to attend the Open Day.