Osteopathic training at Nescot College in Ewell, near Epsom.
If you are interested in becoming an Osteopath, but have no specific healthcare qualifications, we also have an evening course called ‘Foundation in Therapeutics’. This lasts two weeks and will give you a solid foundation for entry onto our BOst. Our next foundation will be starting on 5th Aug 2019. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Our modern Clinic allows our Nescot Osteopathy students to gain the necessary clinical experience to pass their Higher Education degree courses in Osteopathic Medicine. We run two courses, the BOst and the MOst. Both are full-time four year courses with the degrees validated by Kingston University. Click here for details.
Our degree courses are accredited by the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC), this means that once qualified our students can register with the GOsC to practice as Osteopaths. The GOsC are recognised worldwide thus being registered with them generally allows Osteopaths to practice in other countries. Our graduates have found work in countries as diverse as New Zealand, Singapore, France, Cyprus and Italy.
Most Osteopaths work in private practices, either in a larger practice or they set up their own. Thus it is good way to earn an income if you want to juggle a working life with other commitments.
Our students are a mixture of younger and more mature students. One of our most recent career-changers was over fifty when she started the course. Although we do have educational qualification requirements for entry on to the course, relevant life or work experience can count towards acceptance.
If you interested and have any questions regarding time commitment, entry requirements or student loan financing (you may qualify) then please contact our Head of Osteopathy Carrie McEwan on email@example.com
Full details of our Osteopathy courses can be found on UCAS or at www.nescot.ac.uk/higher-education/osteopathic-medicine/