BCOM - British College of Osteopathic Medicine


BCOM's Student Extranet

 The College Campus

Since being founded in 1936, BCOM has developed into one of the UKs largest osteopathic colleges with a sector-leading multi-part campus well located in London's Hampstead. Directly opposite the Finchley Road underground station and very close to bus and rail links, the College Campus is accessible both to the wider city and to areas outside London. Our various buildings are adjacent and located in green space, but close to the shopping facilities of the landmark O2 Centre.  The closeness of our buildings provides a warm, intimate atmosphere for the whole academic community. Having different buildings also means that the College can give different areas of the Campus different functions - for teaching, learning, research and clinic.

Frazer House

Much of College life is based in our largest site, Frazer House. This extensive, detached Grade II-listed Victorian mansion was built in 1883 and donated to the College by naturopathic pioneer Stanley Lief in 1953. BCOM has been based in Hampstead ever since. Facilities at Frazer House include:

Clinic Reception
Teaching and seminar facilities
Extensive clinic facilities
Clinical students' preparation area and changing facilities
Student IT suite
Academic staff's offices

Frazer House Extension

In 2004, BCOM completed a £1 million extension to its Frazer House site which brought state-of-the-art facilities into the heart of this otherwise picturesque Hampstead setting. Facilities in the Frazer House extension include:

120-seat tiered lecture theatre with full audio-visual suite Additional large and small teaching, lecturing and seminar rooms
Internet cafe (free internet access)
Student recreation area

Lief House

The other principal site on the BCOM campus is the modern four-storey building, Lief House, situated directly opposite Finchley Road underground station.  This was acquired by the College in 1996 and opened by Glenda Jackson MP. Facilities at Lief House include:

Sector-leading Exercise Physiology laboratory
Hydrotherapy suite
Research clinic facilities
Research office
Additional teaching and seminar rooms
Administration offices
Formal meeting rooms

Off-Campus Facilities

BCOM makes use of additional off-campus facilities, including:
Access to UCH Dissection Room
Access to University and British Library reference facilities

Frazer House

Lief House

Lief House





Change cookie settings

Your cookie settings are currently set to ‘allow all cookies’. If you wish to continue viewing the site please select continue below. If you wish to disallow cookies and stop viewing the BCOM website than please click exit, and you will be taken to google.com

Allow Exit

About cookies on this site

This website uses cookies to deliver the best possible browsing experience. Here is a summary of the cookies used by the site.