The article analyzes the trends of professional training of Masters of Science in Rehabilitation, Masters of Physical Therapy, Masters of Rehabilitation Counseling in the Universities of Australia. It was analyzed the curriculums of Master of Science in Rehabilitation training at the University of Melbourne, Masters of Physical Therapy and Masters of Rehabilitation Counseling at the University of Sydney and Masters of Physical Therapy at the University of Queensland. At Australia’s leading universities the curriculum of Masters of Science of Rehabilitation training is designed as a rule for two years. During training it is observing the recurrence of many disciplines in different semesters that enables students to deeper knowledge which was received in the previous stages. The curriculum of training of the future Masters of Physical Therapy and Masters of Rehabilitation Counseling of the University of Sydney designed for two years and consists of 96 credit points. The analysis of the disciplines of the curriculum and content of Masters of Rehabilitation Counseling training points to the socio-psychological orientation of the appropriate specialist training that significantly distinguishes this direction of preparation of Masters of Physical Therapy. The curriculum of training of Masters of Physical Therapy of the University of Queensland consists of one-year study (two semesters) and assimilation of 16 modules. Undergraduates pass 8 compulsory modules of the curriculum of the part A and choose the block of the disciplines from the part B depending on specialization «Physical therapy of the locomotor system» or «Physiotherapy in the sport». At the University of Sydney the conditions of evaluation of curriculum disciplines and practical work in physical therapy which takes place in one of the following four areas: rehabilitation, emergency care, ambulatory care and general practice are defined. The prospects for further research are seen in the development and submission of the model of professional training of the future specialists in physical rehabilitation in higher education.