The LSO offers the following degree courses which are both professional and vocational in nature:
Recruitment for 2015-16 will begin in January 2015 (the academic year starts in September).
Why the LSO?
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The Pathways (MOst and BOstHons) are validated byAnglia Ruskin University and accredited by the General Osteopathic Council.
The LSO has a well deserved reputation as the leading provider of part-time osteopathic education in the UK, with flexible modes of study allowing the six year part-time course to be completed in 5 years. The full-time course takes 4 years to complete. The courses are significantly more than a standard 3 year University degree, and include substantial clinical teaching in addition to class based teaching. This enables graduates to be ready to take on a professional work role at the point of graduation.
Study for the part-time program takes place over 18 teaching weekends, from September to June. The part-time attendance pattern allows students to continue working full-time during the first 3 years of the course and, because of clinical attendance, part-time in the final years. The part-time course is especially designed for mature students and for those wishing to make a career change
The full-time program is over four years and follows a normal university time-table.
We are pleased to be offering high quality education at very reasonable fees offering high value for money, and a hands-on professional qualification enabling students to start work immediately on successful completion of the course (after registering with the GOsC).