If you would like to apply for the undergraduate Masters in Osteopathy (M.Ost) course at BCOM starting in September 2015, please read the information below on the application process.
If you have any questions about applying to study at BCOM, please contact our Admissions Team at email@example.com or call 020 7435 6464 and we will be able to help.
2015/16 Enrolment date:
Monday 28 September
Fees for 2015/16 academic year:
Home students £9,000 per annum
Overseas students £10,500 per annum
(Fees are subject to annual review)
All applicants for the M.Ost are made through UCAS and applicants are encouraged to submit their application by mid-January, though BCOM do accept applications throughout the annual UCAS cycle (subject to availability).
Apply at www.ucas.com
BCOM institutional code: *B81
Masters in Osteopathy (M.Ost) course code: B312
*(For SLC funding the institution code is P60 for
BCOM interviews all applicants whose UCAS application demonstrates that the applicant has studied or is studying appropriate qualifications, with a valid and strong personal statement and acceptable references.
3. Entry requirements
i. The standard academic profile is three A levels normally including biology with B, B, C grades (280 UCAS Tariff points). Other UK qualifications/Educational pathways in combination with biology are also considered, such as BTEC, HND, science foundation courses, science or health based Access to HE Diploma/course, Baccalaureats and Scottish Highers.
ii. Mature students with previous degrees (2.1 or above) will be considered on an individual basis depending on previous qualifications. Students with medical qualifications may be able to complete the M.Ost in 2 years.
iii. International students who possess A level equivalent qualifications are eligible to apply. However, the applicant must possess a ‘Use of English Qualification’ at an IELTS level >6.5 or equivalent.
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4. DBS & Health Statement
Due to the nature of the course all applicants will be required to complete a Medical Disclosure (supported by a medical letter from their GP) and undertake a Disclosure and barring Service (formerly CRB) clearance prior to enrolling onto the M.Ost course. Further information
If you require any information or have any queries then please contact our Admissions Team
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