Choosing to study osteopathy at BCOM means you will always have face to face teaching as part of your Master’s degree. As an allied health professional, osteopaths have been able to continue to see and treat patients throughout the pandemic.
Brit Tate has just completed her final year as a student on the undergraduate Masters in Osteopathy (M.Ost) course at BCOM. Whilst studying for her degree, Brit has won 8 triathlons including the British and English Sprint Championships.
Brit became interested in training to become an osteopath following her work as a sports therapist at the Ilkley Osteopathic Practice.
Now in her final year, Brit has found the M.Ost course an extremely challenging yet highly rewarding experience. She says: “The student support has been brilliant, and all the tutors are extremely passionate about their work and encourage us to be the best osteopaths we can be.
If you are applying to do the Masters in Osteopathy, understand the time you will need to put into the course and the intensity that is required from the study. If you can put the time and effort in, it is the most rewarding experience you will have.
BCOM has given me a career that I am passionate about and want to continue to develop after I leave. I plan to work at a local clinic back in Yorkshire and continue to train hard with my sport to see where it will take me.”