San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Come and see what life at the British School of Osteopathy is really like at one of our Open Days!
Coming to a BSO Open Day will help you make up your mind about us and whether osteopathy is right for you. When you visit us, you’ll have the opportunity to:
- Discover our welcoming and supportive atmosphere
- Get the low-down on our courses from staff, students and graduates
- Take a student-led tour around the campus and try out our purpose built facilities
- Receive specialist advice on topics such as funding and finance, admissions, disability support, careers, accommodation and the Students' Union.
“I received a lovely warm welcome to the BSO at the Open Day which gave me a clear decision to choose the BSO over other osteopathic schools!”
“The Open Day gave me a real insight into osteopathy and confirmed that I’d be studying osteopathy at university. It also showed me the great teaching facilities and community feel that the BSO had to offer. My advice to you is, make sure you come to an Open Day - to truly see if it is for you. You have to visit the university, no websites or prospectuses can match that!"”
We look forward to welcoming you to the British School of Osteopathy soon.
Please note: This event is not a drop in. To get the most out of the morning we advise you arrive at the school for 10:00am
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The British School of Osteopathy
The British School of Osteopathy (BSO) is the UK’s oldest and largest school of osteopathy. Located at the heart of central London’s cultural and commercial life, the BSO is easily accessible via major transport networks. In 2012, the British School of Osteopathy (BSO) won the coveted Times Higher Education award for Outstanding Contribution to the Local Community. The award related to our clinics which have offered thousands of free and subsidised treatments in one of London’s most disadvantaged areas.
Since opening in 1917, the school has been at the forefront of osteopathic education and research, fostering leading figures within the profession.
The BSO's pre-registration courses are focused on providing the best levels of patient care, incorporating:
● Comprehensive anatomical and physiological education
● Extensive clinical practice and technique development
● Specialist osteopathic interests
● Tuition from expert practitioners
● Placements in community clinic settings – such as in a drop in centre for the homeless,
an NHS GP surgery, the Royal Free Hospital and Darwin Court, a centre for older people
● Active intellectual environment with regular talks, debates and visiting lecturers
● Accreditation from the General Osteopathic Council