Internationally Educated Physiotherapists

Learn more about practicing in BC as an internationally-educated physiotherapist

Are you a Student? a Prospective Student?
or a Physiotherapist Who is Educated Internationally?

Find a step-by-step guide, job hunting tips, and important contacts, all available in:

The Internationally-Educated Physiotherapist (IEP) Information Package:


DOWNLOAD THE IEP INFORMATION PACKAGE HERE


Become a PABC Member

You are eligible for a FREE physiotherapy student membership if you are enrolled in a recognized International Physiotherapy Graduate bridging program in BC. All Bridging students also qualify for New Grad membership status (a discounted rate) once they have graduated. Become a PABC member today! 

You can also visit the Canadian Physiotherapy Association website to learn what you should know and do if you are interested in working as an internationally-educated physiotherapist or physiotherapist assistant in BC. It outlines the knowledge and skills that one must have to practice the profession effectively in BC.
Internationally Educated Physiotherapist (IEP) Exam Preparation Program

The Internationally Educated Physiotherapists Exam Preparation (IEPEP) Program is a self-directed program that assists Internationally Educated Physiotherapists (IEPs) in their preparation to sit the national Physiotherapy Competency Exam (PCE) and to enter into clinical physiotherapy practice in British Columbia. In addition, the IEPEP Program is open to Canadian-trained Physiotherapists who may wish to refresh their skills or competencies, or who have been out of practice and are required to sit the PCE for re-entry into practice. The IEPEP program encompasses both theoretical and practical components, and includes practice examinations and workshops which focus on knowledge, clinical skills, and clinical reasoning.


Learn more by visiting the UBC IEPEP website