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European School of Osteopathy


UCAS Code: B310

Master of Osteopathy - MOst

Entry requirements

A level


To include two science based subjects from the following: Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, PE, Psychology, Applied Science.

Access to HE Diploma


We welcome Access to HE Diplomas that are health, science or medicine related

Pearson BTEC Level 3 National Extended Diploma (first teaching from September 2016)


We accept BTEC Diplomas that are sports, science or health related e.g. Sports Science, Health and Social Care.

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Offers are not normally made using the UCAS Tariff, unless an applicant has a range of qualifications. But when doing so, at least 80 points must come from two science based A-levels or equivalent Health, Science or Sports related BTEC National qualifications.

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The ESO is recognised globally as a leading osteopathic institution and its graduates can be found working worldwide at the forefront of the profession.
The school’s four year Integrated Master’s Degree in Osteopathy programme provides every skill you’ll need to become a successful professional osteopathic practitioner. Not only do we teach the broadest range of osteopathic techniques as part of the core curriculum, we also include a dedicated programme for business and personal development. Graduating with such a well-constructed skill set provide you with the tools and professional attributes for a fascinating and rewarding career in the healthcare sector.
The full-time programme delivers a solid grounding in the clinical sciences, integrated with 1000-1200 clinical hours of real patient interaction, whilst also developing your higher level skills in reflective practice and professional development.
The ESO has been established for over 40 years. It has its own Teaching Clinic in Maidstone, where students (under the close supervision of experienced tutors) carry out in excess of 20,000 treatments per year and provide an invaluable service to the local community. Students gain a broad range of experience working with specialists in addition to the general clinic: Sports Injury Clinic, Children and Baby's Clinic, Maternity Clinic, Women’s Health Clinic and the Diagnostic Ultrasound Clinic.
The school’s academic site at Boxley House is set in an area of outstanding natural beauty, with 16 acres of parkland offering an ideal learning environment where students are able to take full advantage of the surrounding countryside- the setting is simply stunning.
Maidstone has excellent road and rail links; London is less than an hour by train and France less than two. Eurostar terminals at Ebbsfleet and Ashford International stations make it quick and simple to reach mainland European and the Channel Tunnel is just a 25 minute car journey away.
The ESO is proud of its truly cosmopolitan character, with multiple nationalities, ages and backgrounds represented. A wide range of academic qualifications and experiential backgrounds are accepted for entry and every applicant is treated as an individual. All applicants are invited to interview as we recognise that academic ability alone is not what makes a good osteopath.
By choosing to study at the ESO you will benefit from a wealth of teaching and osteopathic experience, from newly qualified graduates to experts with decades of practice, Level 7 qualified lecturers and hugely experienced tutors, all who bring out the best in their student and are passionate about the profession of Osteopathy.

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