Building careers, transforming lives
The London School of Osteopathy has been welcoming students from the UK and beyond for over 70 years.
We pride ourselves on delivering high quality osteopathic training both in the classroom and in our osteopathic clinic. Osteopathy students are enrolled on the undergraduate Masters of Osteopathy Degree (MOst) accredited by the General Osteopathic Council and validated by Anglia Ruskin University. In the penultimate year of studies there is the option to transfer to qualify with a Bachelors of Osteopathy (BOst).
At the LSO we offer you the choice of studying a degree in osteopathy on a full-time or part-time basis.
Whichever route you take, at the end of your studies you will become a fully qualified osteopath. Our degree course gives you all the necessary skills and confidence to enable you to start a rewarding career in osteopathy.
We offer a friendly and inclusive approach to teaching. Small class sizes mean you quickly get to know both your lecturers and fellow students. Our osteopathic clinic in East London enables you to start gaining valuable hands on experience right from the first year of study.
In 2017 Osteopathy was recognised by NHS England as one of 14 Allied Health Professions. To practise as an Osteopath in UK you need to join the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC). A degree from the LSO enables our graduates to join this register.
Our most recent accreditation inspection in 2018 by the QAA resulted in unconditional approval.