The LSO has a well deserved reputation as the leading provider of part-time osteopathic education in the UK, with flexible modes of study allowing the six year part-time course to be completed in 5 years. The full-time course takes 4 years to complete. The courses are longer than a standard 3 year University degree, and include substantial clinical teaching in addition to class based teaching. This enables graduates to be ready to take on a professional work role at the point of graduation.


The LSO is pleased to announce that we now have confirmation of our Sponsor License, and can now accept students from anywhere in the world (rather than just home and EU students). We look forward to welcoming a more diverse range of individuals to come and study with us.

News Update : For those interested, we have uploaded a lovely picture of a brain cake, which our students enjoyed. Click here to view the picture.

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There are two osteopathy courses: an Integrated Undergraduate Masters degree (MOst), and a Bachelors (honours) degree (BOst).  You can chose to study:

  • part-time for the Bachelors or Masters degree
  • full-time for the Bachelors or Masters degree

The courses are accredited by the General Osteopathic Council, and validated by Anglia Ruskin University – THE Entrepreneurial University of the Year Award Winner 2014.



The LSO on-site teaching clinic is at Mayfield House, 202b Cambridge Heath Road, E2 9LJ. It is open 6 days a week for extended hours, which serves our diverse local community.  Patients are welcome to book appointments with us directly, without the need for a referral.


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