London School of Osteopathy

Osteopathy Degree Entry Requirements

 

The London School of Osteopathy recruits students with a wide range of backgrounds, experiences and qualifications.

Both full time and part time students are admitted to the undergraduate integrated Masters in Osteopathy (MOst) degree programme. The entry requirements are the same for the MOst and BOst degree.

We aim to process your  application within 2 weeks of submission. Successful candidates will be called for an interview. If  you have not heard from us 2 weeks after submission of your application, please contact us at: admissions@lso.ac.uk

 


UK students

 

Our standard offer for prospective students is: minimum 104 UCAS Points. Mature students are considered on a case by case basis (please see below)

UCAS points can be achieved from:

  • A-Levels (2 or preferably 3 including one science subject (e.g. Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Psychology, PE)
  • Combination of A-Levels and BTEC
  • BTEC National Diploma (min DMM grade)

Any of the above plus GCSE  English and Maths minimum C grade.


Mature Students

 

A Student over the age of 21 is classed as a mature student.  Consideration will be given to mature students with practical experience and vocational qualifications in other disciplines.  Many students apply to the London School of Osteopathy with recognised qualifications in areas such as massage, personal training, sports science etc.

 

If you  do not currently meet the admissions criteria or are unsure, we will be happy to discuss your situation and options available. You can email us at: info@lso.ac.uk.

 


International Qualifications

 

If you have studied overseas and hold qualifications such as an Irish Leaving Certificate or a French Baccalaureate, these will be recognised. Please note we are unable to accept applications from students who qualify as an ‘International’  student.

 


Interview Process & Offers

 

Once we receive your application either via UCAS or via our online form, it will be passed to our Admissions team. Successful applicants will be invited to attend an interview via Zoom. The interview lasts around 30 minutes and will be conducted by two people from the Selection team.

We believe that the interview is an important part of the process of assessing an individuals suitability for the course. The interview also gives candidates the opportunity to ask questions and find out more about the college and the course. This should be seen as a two way process.

The LSO will make a decision within a week of your interview. UCAS applicants will receive their decision via their UCAS account.  Direct  applicants  will receive an email from the Registrar.