British School of Osteopathy Timetable

By | 4th May 2017

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British School of Osteopathy Timetable

2017 – 2018

Spring Term (Term 2)
Mon 9th Jan 2017 – Fri 31st Mar 2017
12 Weeks
Easter Holiday
Fri 3rd Apr 2017 – Fri 28th Apr 2017
4 Weeks
Summer Term (Term 3)
Tues 2nd May 2017 – Fri 23rd Jun 2017
8 Weeks
Summer Holiday
Mon 26th Jun 2017 – Fri 15th Sep 2017
12 Weeks
Autumn Term (Term 1)
Mon 18th Sep 2017 – Fri 8th Dec 2017
12 Weeks
Christmas Holiday
Mon 11th Dec 2017 – Fri 5th Jan 2018
4 Weeks
Spring Term (Term 2)
Mon 8th Jan 2018 – Thurs 29th Mar 2018
12 Weeks
Easter Holiday
Fri 30th Mar 2018 – Fri 27th Apr 2018
4 Weeks
Summer Term (Term 3)
Mon 30th Apr 2018 – Fri 22nd Jun 2018
8 Weeks
Summer Holiday
Mon 25th Jun 2018 – Fri 14th Sep 2018
12 Weeks

2018 – 2019

Autumn Term (Term 1)
Mon 17th Sep 2018 – Fri 7th Dec 2018
12 Weeks
Christmas Holiday
Mon 10th Dec 2018 – Fri 4th Jan 2019
4 Weeks
Spring Term (Term 2)
Mon 7th Jan 2019 – Fri 29th Mar 2019
12 Weeks
Easter Holiday
Mon 1st Apr 2019 – Fri 26th Apr 2019
4 Weeks
Summer Term (Term 3)
Mon 29th Apr 2019 – Fri 21st Jun 2019
8 Weeks
Summer Holiday
Mon 24th Jun 2019 – Mon 16th Sep 2016
13 Weeks

The BSO Clinic is the largest osteopathic teaching clinic in the UK, delivering osteopathic treatment in the heart of London at a fraction of the cost of private practitioners.

All appointments, with the exception of our Associates, Children’s and Demonstration clinics are delivered by senior students of the BSO, under the supervision of qualified, highly experienced tutors, to ensure that diagnosis is safe and effective for patients.

We are committed to providing osteopathic health care for all and work with a wide variety of patients, including those suffering with general aches and pains, sports injuries, expectant mothers, children, older people and persistent pain sufferers. Find our more about what we may be able to help with and the specialist clinics we run.

We also run a number of clinics within the community for patients living with HIV and AIDS, homeless people, elderly and young residents and NHS patients. Much of our care for vulnerable and disadvantaged groups is delivered free of charge. Find out more about our community clinics.