BCOM - British College of Osteopathic Medicine


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Admissions and Courses  

BCOM is internationally regarded as one of the UK’s best specialist osteopathic education institutions.

The College is known for its naturopathic approach to osteopathy as well as the friendliness and approachability of its staff, and the high level of support provided to students.

Admissions for the 2017/18 Academic Year are now open

  How to Apply

  Book an Open Day

  Speak to our Admissions Team for 
  further details on 020 7435 6464
  or email admissions@bcom.ac.uk


   Access Course

  Access to HE Diploma (Health and
  Human Sciences)

  Undergraduate Courses

  Masters in Osteopathy (M.Ost)

  Diploma in Osteopathy

  Diploma in Naturopathy

  Postgraduate Courses

  BSc (Hons) Osteopathy Conversion
  Course for Diplomates

  PgCert Children’s Osteopathy

  PgCert Osteopathic Sports Care

How to Apply for the M.Ost

Speak to our Admissions Team about applying today on
020 7435 6464 or email admissions@bcom.ac.uk 

How to Apply and Entry Requirements

How to Apply for International Students

EU Referendum Outcome Information for BCOM Students

Open Days

Open Days and private tours run throughout the year. Speak to our Admissions Team for further information.
Book your place

Bridging Course

A two-week course designed to support incoming Year 1 students. Further information

Leading the Sector

BCOM offers the highest standard of osteopathic training.
Learn more here

Reasons to Study at BCOM

Based on feedback from our current students, see why they chose to study Osteopathy at BCOM. Learn more here


BCOM provides a directory of local accommodation to students and advice on renting. For further information speak to our Admissions Team.
Student Life in London

Term Dates

BCOM's undergraduate courses start in September, with one intake per year.
Further information

College Life

The Student Union at BCOM organise events throughout the academic year including Freshers Week.Find out more

Meet our Students


The British College of Osteopathic Medicine works in partnership with Plymouth University



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