The London School of Osteopathy has moved (but the clinic and administration is still at Nelson Street E1). Click onto the New LSO for our new building and address.
For high quality osteopathic education and training at a reasonable fee structure you are invited to apply to the LSO for places commencing in September 2013. Please apply to the Registrar for more details on 020 7265 9333: interviews and access days will commence in January 2013.
Why the LSO?
The Pathways (MOst and BOst Hons) are validated by Anglia Ruskin University and accredited by the General Osteopathic Council.
The LSO had a well deserved reputation as the leading fully part-time provider of osteopathic education in the UK, with flexible modes of study allowing the six year part-time course to be completed in 5 years. As part of its ongoing evolution the London School of Osteopathy has now developed a full-time program. The LSO now delivers the following ARU validated programs.
- a part-time pathway for both the Bachelors and Masters programs
- a full-time pathway for both the Bachelors and Masters programs
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 full-time program is over four years and follows a normal university time-table.
The part-time course is especially designed for mature students and for those wishing to make a career change
We are pleased to be offering high quality education at very reasonable fees offering high value for money.
Breaking news: We were pleased that as part of our partnership agreement with ARU to have access to government funding which enabled us to be the only part-time school offering a funded Masters in Osteopathy. Because of the success of this part-time program we decided to develop and offer an ARU validated full-time program in osteopathy over 4 years.
With the purchase and refurbishment of an attractive Victorian freehold building in Bermondsey, where we are now in the third year of delivering the academic
part of the program. Future plans revolve around replacing the extension towards the
rear of the property and establishing a purpose built clinic. Our present clinic in the
East End will become a satellite clinic. Our aim is for the new location to become a
showpiece for the LSO and for osteopathy.
In the meantime, congratulations from all of us at the LSO to our 1st cohort
of students who have successfully graduated with their Masters in Osteopathy, in 2011 and to our second cohort who have just completed and graduated in 2012. We are particularly pleased as we had a 100% pass rate in the Final Clinical Competences Assessment.