MSc Osteopathy (pre-registration)
We have devised a new fast-track MSc specifically designed for those who are qualified in medicine, sports therapy, chiropractic or physiotherapy but want to expand their competency profile in the area of musculoskeletal care to include osteopathic techniques.
This course begins in August.
For further information please download the Unit Summaries here.
To download our prospectus please click here.
How to apply?
Click here to download the MSc Osteopathy (pre-registration) application form.
For further information please download The Interview & Practical Assessment (IPA) document.
- The course lasts for two years and is full-time
- The course takes place over 45 weeks per year
- Upon successful completion, you will be able to apply for General Osteopathic Council (GOsC) registration and be able to practise as an Osteopath
- The MSc aims to promote integrated osteopathic care into your existing practice
- During your time at the BSO, you will be able to build a network of contacts within the osteopathic community
- Having completed 1,000 hours of clinical education, you will be prepared and ready for practice
All candidates must meet the following criteria:
- Hold a degree in Physiotherapy, Medicine, Sports Therapy, Chiropractic or international equivalent qualification
- Be able to critically evaluate material and study independently
- Provide evidence of at least two years of recent experience in musculoskeletal care via a clinical portfolio of evidence
- English language qualification (IELTS 7.0 or equivalent)
Key teaching areas
The course reflects the existing musculoskeletal knowledge and skills of the participants, building on this base to ensure that they achieve the competences required for independent osteopathic practice.
• Core Osteopathic Capabilities for Clinical Practice 1
• Osteopathic Clinical Education 1
• Criticality and Evidence-Informed Osteopathy 1: Developing a Research Project
• Core Osteopathic Capabilities for Clinical Practice 2
• Osteopathic Clinical Education 2
• Criticality and Evidence-Informed Osteopathy 2: Dissertation
Please click here for the Course Information Form