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Ever thought about a career in osteopathy?

Ever thought about a career in osteopathy?

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09 May, 2018

Join the College of Osteopaths at its next open day and get a real feel for the college and the people …

In 2012 Barney Polden decided to study at the College of Osteopaths. The part-time structure, which continues for the entire length of the five-year course, allows students to continue to work full-time if necessary. This was a key factor in Barney’s decision to study at the College of Osteopaths as he wished to continue his Service with the RAF. The course is listed with ELCAS, which enabled Barney to access some funding towards the fees.

The College of Osteopath’s unique part-time degree pathway allows you to study while you continue with your current lifestyle, be that full- or part-time work, or otherwise.

We are a small college with a big heart, and we want everyone who joins us to succeed. We know how important this commitment is to you and we want you to feel comfortable with us. You’ll have to do most of the work but we will be right there behind you.

Join us for a presentation and the chance to ask questions about what it is like to study with us – and what it’s like once the studying is over!

To find out more, visit www.collegeofosteopaths.ac.uk/open-days

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