Our osteopathy courses and qualifications are designed to deepen your knowledge and provide you with the experience required to build a successful career in osteopathy.
Students will explore the principles of osteopathy through practical guidance, clinical theory and research to refine their skills and build on the core subjects of this field.
BCOM 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.
Studying at BCOM offers excellent career prospects. As a student osteopath, you will work under supervision in a professional clinical environment seeing a diverse range of patients so that you are ready to begin your career in osteopathy as soon as you graduate.
We offer both undergraduate and postgraduate osteopath courses for each stage of your specialist education at our first class college facilties in London.
Master of Osteopathy – This is a four year full-time course and upon graduation you will be eligible to register with the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC). This course combines practical experience, and anatomical and theoretical knowledge with applied osteopathic skills to become competent osteopathic practitioners. Successful students graduate from BCOM with a validated integrated Masters degree from the University of Plymouth recognised by GOsC. BCOM provides a staff to student ratio of 1:4 in clinic and 1:5 for practising students in practical classes. BCOM uses specialist lectures to teach or lead a number of the theoretical subjects such as psychology, research methods, anatomy, physiology, pharmacology and imaging.
BSc (Hons) Osteopathy – This is a four year full-time modified attendance degree which runs two evenings a week and one Saturday per month with additional hours required for clinic training, tutorials and self-directed study. This University of Plymouth validated degree is aimed at those students who want to combine studying with working or managing family life.
PgCert Osteopathic Sports Care – A year-long, part-time course, the Osteopathic Sports Care course has been created in associated with the Osteopathic Sports Care Association and provides a structured specialist pathway to build skills and experience in managing sports-related injuries.
PgCert Human Nutrition – A 10-month course aimed at osteopath’s who want to enhance their knowledge of human nutrition in healthcare, this certification enables practitioners to deliver a holistic approach to treating patients. The course is taught through a combination of lectures, interactive tutorials and practical teaching sessions.
*If you intend to practice overseas, we recommend that you research the requirements of your chosen country before enrolling on the programme of study.
If you’re inspired to begin a career in osteopathy, wondering where to study osteopathy or you’re looking to develop your skill set further with a specialist postgraduate qualification, get in touch with the team at BCOM today for more information. Come and study osteopathy in London with BCOM.