Osteopathy Degree Funding

Student Loan

If you are from the UK or EU with settled status and you are applying to university for the first time, you don’t have to pay for your course upfront. You can can get a Government loan to pay your tuition fees.

You can apply for a Tuition Fee Loan that will cover the cost of your course. Visit Student Finance England* to get started.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION when applying for the loan you need to select Anglia Ruskin University – Institution Code A60 as the course provider and Masters of Osteopathy MOst – Course Code B310 as the degree.

Part-time students  will study 75 credits and the fee is £5,781.

Full-time students will study 120 credits and the fee is £9,250.

London School of Osteopathy Cash Bursary

All LSO students are entitled to our cash bursary which is paid each year of your study. This will be paid in 3 instalments during the academic year


Bursary for students starting study in 2021

Full-Time Students

£400 per annum (note for BOst students the bursary will be £200 in their final year of study)

Part-time Students

This is dependent on the number of credits studying each year.

In year 1 and 2 the bursary is £250, in year 3 £300, in year 4 and 5 £400 for MOst students and £300 for BOst students.

Osteopathic Foundation Student Loan

Since 1947, The Osteopathic Foundation has been assisting osteopathic students to complete their training in the event that they fall on hard times.

In 2001, the assistance became formalised as a loan scheme whereby undergraduates were offered interest-free loans for specific academic years repayable over a 5 year period. 

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Council Tax discount

Depending on the composition of your household, full-time students may be able to qualify for reduced council tax.

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Students with dependants

​If you are a student with a dependent child or adult you may be able to apply for:

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Students with a disability

You may be entitled to Disabled Students Allowances (DSAs) for physical or mental impairments, long-term or mental health conditions, or specific learning difficulties such as dyslexia.

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