Exceptional healthcare education to inspire a new generation of Osteopaths
The BCNO Group brings together two world renowned osteopathic institutions, the British College of Osteopathic Medicine and the European School of Osteopathy. Working together we offer a broad and inclusive osteopathic education, with a team of experienced and dedicated faculty, staff and tutors.
Our enhanced undergraduate degrees, the four year full time Master of Osteopathy (M.Ost) and the four year modified attendance BSc (Hons) Osteopathy, validated by the University of Plymouth, is delivered at both our London and Kent sites; students have the choice to study flexibly across each campus and can access the resources and expertise that exists in each. This breadth of knowledge and experience helps prepare BCNO graduates for a more fulfilling and successful career, whether that be in private practice or within a multi-disciplinary healthcare setting.
We offer a variety of undergraduate and postgraduate osteopathic courses and degrees.
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“I chose to study osteopathy because I am passionate about the human body and I am also passionate about helping people… Ever since starting to study here the staff have been brilliant and I have enjoyed every step of the journey.”
BCOM 2022 graduate
"I chose the ESO for its convenient location of being close to both the city and the coast and the inclusive nature of the course. Being part of a smaller university, you really get to know your own year as well as the others, lecturers know your name and are easily accessible too."
Year 2 ESO student
“Being a member of a smaller university ensures I am not just a number. I can approach any member of staff and they know exactly who I am; making the whole university experience tailored and personal to me.”
BCOM graduate 2022
“I feel like the best thing about studying at the ESO is the feeling that you are part of a big family, You get to know each other well during the first term, and you do everything together. The student association organises events at the campus every term which are good fun, Maidstone also has plenty of nice pubs and clubs.”
ESO 2022 Graduate