British School of Osteopathy Access Course

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British School of Osteopathy Access Course

Osteopathy course information

BSO-trained osteopaths treat patients from all walks of life including athletes, actors and dancers, children, older people and pregnant women. Studying with us combines a real sense of community and a lively atmosphere of a university with the freedom and variety that comes with living in central London.

By popular demand, we created a course that allows qualified physiotherapists and doctors interested in enhancing their manual therapy skills to qualify in osteopathy.

The Access Course

Part-time study, 1 year duration.
The Access course is designed specifically for students who are over the age of 19, wish to become osteopaths and have little or no academic qualifications beyond GCSE level or, lack the requisite science A Levels.

Full-time M.Ost

Full-time study, 4 years
The M.Ost is an undergraduate qualification, which provides the clinical skills and underpinning knowledge to become an osteopath.

Part-time M.Ost

Part-time study, 5 years
Studying for our part time M.Ost takes five years of mainly weekend learning, building your skills and knowledge around family or work commitments.

MSc Osteopathy (pre-registration)

Full-time study, 2 years

By popular demand, we created a course that allows qualified physiotherapists and doctors interested in enhancing their manual therapy skills to qualify in osteopathy.