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British School of Osteopathy

London, United Kingdom
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About British School of Osteopathy

The British School of Osteopathy is the largest and the oldest osteopathic school in the UK, founded in 1917 to provide undergraduate and postgraduate osteopathy training. We are respected throughout the world for providing excellence in health care, education and research.

Students at the British School of Osteopathy benefit from:

  • Comprehensive osteopathic education via our innovative, General Osteopathic Council accredited M.Ost  undergraduate programmes
  • Teaching excellence delivered by a faculty including the leading figures in osteopathy, both in research and clinical practice
  • Access to our library, which holds the largest collection of osteopathy books and journals in Europe

Campus information

We have an active Student Union at the BSO who organise various social events throughout the year. Notable events include End of Term parties and Sports Day with rival osteopathic schools.

As a new student, you can look forward to debating with the Manus Sinistra society, doing yoga, learning martial arts skills, playing various sports such as rugby and football and much more. Whatever your hobbies and interests, it is likely that you will find lots to do at the BSO.

Our teaching centre at The British School of Osteopathy is situated in the lively area of Borough which is just a 10 minute walk from London Bridge. Located just south of the new Shard skyscraper and the beautiful South Bank of the River Thames, Borough has a unique atmosphere that combines the old with the new and the lively with the tranquil. Other nearby attractions include Borough Market, Ministry of Sound, The London Bridge Experience & Tombs, Southwark Cathedral, Escape Rooms and the Clink Prison Museum.


Student Facilities

The Teaching Centre has a number of facilities available for students including:

  • An SU room housing pool tables, a bar and lots of comfy seating
  • A kitchen for students to warm and cook their lunch in.
  • Space for various sports, yoga and pilates
  • Rooms for film nights, music practice and more


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