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BAConductive Education

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The conductor is an educational rehabilitation professional who is trained to use the method of conductive education and support the habilitation of children with cerebral palsy or other impairments of the nervous system causing difficulties in motor development/performance or coordination. Conductor is able to participate in adult rehabilitation as well, specialised in motor development of those who has neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson disease or Multiple Sclerosis, or conditions after stroke, or cranial/brain injuries. Conductive education through it holistic approach supports its participants in developing as independent life as possible by coming over or learning to live with their difficulties.

Programme structure

Practical training is closely related to the theoretical education in conductor training and organised by the faculty. The given order of the different practice cannot be changed.

The conductor BA programme is an 8-semester-long training including more than 40 percent practice of the total education hours.

Minimum of enlisted applicants: 10 students
Entrance requirement: Completing application exams and proof of B2 level of English language
Length of studies: 8 semesters
Degree: Conductive Education (Bachelor, BA)
Specialization: pedagogical rehabilitation
Major curricular components: Education history, education science, special education, anatomy of neuro-system and musculoskeletal system, psychology in general, development psychology, neuro psychology, conductive education.

For more information, please contact the Foreign Students’ Secretariat of the Faculty


Career opportunities

Career opportunities: working in conductors’ team, working in multi-professional teams in education, rehabilitation or health institutions.

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