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Funding & Fees

Tuition Fees

Masters in Osteopathy
2021/22 Academic Year
Home students £9,250 per annum
EU/International students £10,500 per annum

*A small increase linked to inflation may be added each subsequent year of your studies.

Diploma in Naturopathy
£6,000 per annum for years 1 and 2
£7,500 per annum for years 3 and 4
(Fees are subject to annual review)

Conversion Degree Course
£3,500 per annum

PgCert Human Nutrition
£3,500 per annum

PgCert Children’s Osteopathy
£3,500 per annum

PgCert Osteopathic Sports Care
£3,500 per annum

Refund and Compensation Policy

Student Protection Plan

Widening Participation and Access Statement

  • Funding for the Masters in Osteopathy (M.Ost)
    • Funding for BCOM Students is via Plymouth University

      Institution Code (PU): P60

      Course Code (BCOM): B312

      There are a number of options for funding available to students.

      Government Sources

      Most full time M.Ost UK and EU students who have not studied for a previous degree will be eligible for a tuition fee loan. The tuition fees are paid directly to the college on your behalf. You only start repaying the fees once you have graduated or left BCOM and are earning £21,000 or more per annum.

      • England
        To speak to a dedicated adviser contact Student Finance England on 0300 100 06 07.
      • Northern Ireland
        Students can access Student Finance Northern Ireland’s dedicated enquiry service, offering information and advice, by calling 0300 100 0077.
      • Wales
        Students can access Student Finance Wales dedicated enquiry service on 0300 200 4050.
      • Scotland
        Students can contact the Student Awards Agency for Scotland on 0300 555 0505.

      Student Finance

      There are also loans available to help with living costs if you are a full time English student and under 60 years of age. The amount that you are eligible for depends on where you live and study and your household income.

      As for the Student loan for fees, the loan for Maintenance starts being repaid once you have left BCOM and are earning £21,000 or more a year.

      Extra Help

      There are a number of other grants and loans that are available to students with disabilities, dependants and children.

      Private Sources of Income

      Some high street banks are prepared to offer loans to students studying for professional qualifications. Speak to our Admissions Team for further assistance on 020 7435 6464 or at admissions@bcom.ac.uk

       

  • EU and International students studying in the UK
    • Tuition fees

      The fee arrangements for EU and International students intending to start their degree in 2021-22 academic year will be £10,500 per annum.

      Immigration requirements

      If you have arrived in the UK before 11pm on 31 December 2020:

      If you’re an EU, EEA or Swiss citizen and have been living in the UK before 31 December 2020, you and your family can apply to the EU Settlement Scheme to continue living in the UK after 30 June 2021. The deadline for applying is 30 June 2021 and this is free of charge. Click here to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme.

      If you arrive in the UK after 11pm on 31 December 2020:

      EU, EEA and Swiss citizens who move to the UK after 11pm on 31 December 2020 will need to apply for a Student visa to study at BCOM. You must have enough money to pay for your course and support yourself in the UK.  You must prove your knowledge of the English language when you apply.  It costs

      • £348 to apply for a Student visa from outside the UK
      • £475 to extend or switch to a Student visa from inside the UK

      Click here to apply for a student visa.

      Contact our Admission team if you have any questions about funding or loans -  admissions@bcom.ac.uk or 020  7435 6464.

       

       

  • Other Funding Sources
    • Osteopathic Foundation

      The foundation is able to offer interest free loans to students in the final two years of their degree in osteopathy. The amount available is dependent on the number of students requiring assistance. BCOM’s  Registry Team can help registered BCOM students with the appropriate paperwork.

      For further information then please contact the Registry Department at registry@bcom.ac.uk

       

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