Good luck to everyone waiting for exam results in the next few weeks. If you are entering the clearing process, we will be delighted to talk to you about studying osteopathy at the BSO, and help to give you as much information as you need. Clearing allows you to apply for our full-time M.Ost course if you didn't receive any offers or offers that you wanted to accept or if you didn't meet the conditions of your other offers.
We still have places available for September 2016 entry! To apply through clearing, please call or email our admissions department with your clearing number at:
Email: email@example.com Telephone: 020 7089 5356
Our team will be available to speak to you Monday - Friday from 9am to 5pm, and on Saturday and Sunday from 8am to 2pm.
If you have accepted a conditional offer of a place on the M.Ost course at the British School of Osteopathy, we will need to be informed of your exam results.
UCAS will automatically supply universities with A Level results, BTECs, Scottish Highers and Irish Leaving Certificates. If you have completed an International Baccalaureate (IB) you can request to have official transcripts sent to up to six universities free of charge.
Once we have received these, we can then review your results to establish if you have met the conditions of our offer. If you have met the conditions of our offer, that status of your offer will be updated on UCAS Track.
If an English Language qualification is a condition of your offer we will also need to see evidence of this. Certificates and transcripts can be sent using the addresses below.
If UCAS does not provide us with your results, you will need to send us these yourself. This can be done by emailing scanned copies of certificates and transcripts via email or post:
275 Borough High Street
If the British School of Osteopathy is your firm choice and you have met the conditions of your offer UCAS will send you a confirmation letter, and tell you to check UCAS Track for information. Please note: If you would like to decline or defer your offer you will need to contact the BSO Admissions team.
It is possible that we may not be able to confirm your place. In some cases, subject to places being available, we may still be able to confirm your place. To check, you will need to visit UCAS Track.
The BSO does not have its own Student Halls of Residence we do offer a great deal of support to students that require accommodation.
If you receive an offer from the BSO we will invite you to join a BSO Flat Sharing Facebook page. This page has been designed for BSO students looking for or offering accommodation.
We also hold an accommodation morning in August after the A Level results have been received. If you have met the conditions of your offer you will be informed about the event.
Our next open day is on Wednesday 12thAugust. If you are unable to make one of our open days please contact the Admissions team to arrange a personalised tour.