British School of Osteopathy Part Time

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British School of Osteopathy Part Time

M.Ost (5 years part -time)

Studying for our M.Ost takes five years of part time attendance including:

The part time course allows students to qualify as an osteopath whilst balancing work and family commitments. Studying for our M.Ost takes five years of part time attendance including:

  • 19 weekends each year between late September and early July
  • Five week days of clinic observation each year in the first three years
  • Incrementally increased numbers of hours in the clinic in years four and five
    • One day of clinical practice during each week in Year 4 and five block weeks
    • One and a half days of clinical practice during each week in Year 5 and four block weeks

This course begins in September.

Click here to view the part-time M.Ost timetable in full.

Key features

  • A student-centred approach to academic and clinical training
  • Over 1,000 hours of clinical training in Europe’s largest and busiest osteopathy clinic
  • Opportunities to work with patients in a wide variety of clinical settings at our unique community and specialist clinics
  • Elective options for final year students to focus on specialist areas of personal interest
  • Excellent guidance and support
  • Teaching and learning to help you develop your own learning style
  • Learning that exceeds the level of most undergraduate degrees by incorporating a demanding Masters level research project in the final year of the course

The degree is validated by the British School of Osteopathy.

Academic entry requirements

A typical offer is outlined below:

  • 5 GCSEs at grades A–C including mathematics and English language
  • 3 A levels to include biology and one other science, which can include chemistry, physics, psychology, PE or a sports A level with a high scientific content
  • Students with A Levels are typically given the following offer: BBC with a B grade in Biology

We also accept a Level three BTEC with a strong science element to the diploma. A typical offer is: Distinction, Merit, Merit (with a Distinction in the biology unit)