Do you want to become an Osteopath?
The College of Osteopath’s unique part-time degree pathway allows you to study while you continue with your current lifestyle, be that full/part time work or otherwise.
The College is registered with the Office for Students (OfS)
Loans are available from this academic year (2020-2021) for all eligible students.
How part-time is part-time?
There are 18 teaching weekends a year, some of these weekends will be delivered on-line so you are able to study from the comfort of your own home and some of these weekends will be face-to-face and you will be required to travel to the University campus. The dates of the Teaching Weekends for 2021/22 can be found by clicking here: Teaching Weekend Dates.
We use weekend teaching facilities at Hendon Campus, Middlesex University for students based in the South and we use weekend teaching facilities at the University of Derby for students based in the North. In addition to this there are staggered clinic hours which need to be completed at either of our two teaching clinics. Many of our students join us with the aim of changing career and are in full-time employment. Our course and our teaching clinic hours are structured in such a way as to allow someone in this position to achieve their dream of becoming an osteopath. Our long history of part-time course provision means we understand the unique demands of combining work, family and studying commitments.
What do I do next?
Email us for further information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or if you are ready, download and fill in the BOst (Hons) Application Form, send it back to us and we will get back to you to arrange an interview.
It couldn’t be easier!
We’re really looking forward to welcoming you on the course, if you have any questions don’t hesitate to ccontact us.
What else do I need to know?
The College provides a range of information on its website about the programme on offer, including fees and finance, what it is like to be a student at the College. This information includes the Student Contract (Terms & Conditions), the Student Protection Plan and the College’s Refund and Compensation Policy.