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Graduation 2014

On 18th November, nearly one hundred new osteopaths and twenty postgraduates received their degrees in the spectacular surroundings of Methodist Central Hall. Located in the shadow of Westminster Abbey and the Houses of Parliament, Central Hall is one of London's iconic venues and an apt place to celebrate the many academic and personal achievements of our graduands. The ceremony was overseen by John Lant, Chairman of the Board, Charles Hunt, Principal of the BSO, and Bill Rammell, Vice Chancellor of the University of Bedfordshire all of whom spoke of the excitement, opportunities and challenges of being a new graduate....(more)

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Interview with Natasha Khan; Student Osteopath and Beach Tennis Champion

We are very lucky to have a great number of exceptional athletes amongst our student body. One such student is Natasha Khan, a current third year student and Great Britain Beach Tennis team member. We caught up with Natasha to learn more about beach tennis and balancing study with being a professional sportswoman. ...(more)

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Olwen Starr Award for Godwyns Onwuchekwa

After his intrepid journey across the length of Britain by bicycle, we have awarded Godwyns Onwuchekwa with the prestigious Olwen Star Award to say thank you for his tremendous efforts....(more)

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BSO Patient goes for gold

BSO patient Simon Randerson has been on an amazing winning streak. First of all, he returned from the World Transplant Games in Durban with a handful of medals: one gold, three silver and one bronze. Immediately after this he attended the British Transplant Games and won two gold medals, two silver medals and two bronze medals. ...(more)

The Lutchman and Luc Naidoo Room

The Lutchman and Luc Naidoo Room

On Monday, we had the honour of naming a room after one of our most notable alumini, Lutchman Naidoo and his son, Luc. The naming ceremony was attended by distinguished guests including Lady Audrey Percival, the Marchioness of Londonderry, Recent Gold Medallist Enda Butler, Principal Charles HUnt and proud members of the Naidoo family. ...(more)