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British College of Osteopathic Medicine

7 British College of Osteopathic Medicine reviews

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  • British College of Osteopathic Medicine
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Sara
04 Apr 20

Masters in Osteopathy

University rating (5)
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There is no perfect university, and there are always problems and points to improve on, but I was born to become an osteopath and as long as you know your reasons that are true to yourself, you can achieve anything. I want to point out that I am quite blunt (if you didnt already notice that from my answers), but if you want to become an osteopath in Europe, you should go to BCOM to study. The clinical competence and the atmosphere of students and tutors is very good, and those are the main two important factors in this decision, right? I was initially brought to osteopathy by an osteopath, who participated in the thesis project of my previous degree, so I hadn´t heard of the whole field before that. He had qualified from the oldest osteopathic university in the UK, and he told me to go to BCOM. Imagine that! He knew. I applied and I got in, and Im still here, after three years. the Q13, the contact hours vary according to the year, on mine there are more essays so less contact hours, but it can be between 30 and 45 per week. And the true hours are of course more, because the responsibility of your own learning is yours!

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Annie
04 Mar 20

Masters in Osteopathy

University rating (5)
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Given me to tools to start my career and open my own clinic as soon as I graduated. I am so grateful to BCOM for the incredible course. I highly recommend BCOM to anyone wanting a career helping people and one that provides flexibility and incredible job satisfaction

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Amandine
04 Mar 20

Osteopathy (MOst) MOst

University rating (5)
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I am really happy to be studying at BCOM. I like the family atmosphere provided. The fact that it is a small university, everyone is made really accessible and help can be seeked at any time. The student community is really tight and everyone knows everyone. Senior students are always happy to help and answer questions. It is a lot of work but you can feel yourself improving every day. I love the combination between theory and practicals. Moreover, the nutrition clinic, naturopathy and dissections are great additions. The tutors and other lecturers are all really knowledgeable and approchable. Coming from a foreign country, I am certain that I made the right decision choosing BCOM for my education.

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A Joshi
27 Feb 20

Masters in Osteopathy

University rating (5)
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Loved it, it really has set me up for my further career path as an osteopath and given me the confidence to get jobs and also set up my own clinics in the area.

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20 Feb 20

Masters in Osteopathy

University rating (5)
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This course is in my experience is very tough and requires a lot of dedication and work. However, BCOM offers a lot of support if you are willing to put the time in. The clinical experience is great and the broad spectrum of subjects covered throughout the course prepares you for a good career.

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Mark
12 Feb 20

Masters in Osteopathy

University rating (4)
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Great friendships, plenty of practical opportunities, supportive staff, invaluable experience and opportunity to develop skills that few places can offer. No place like it

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4th year student
06 Feb 20

Osteopathy (MOst) MOst

University rating (5)
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It is full-time study. It is sometimes overwhelming. However, my mum always says: ' train hard and you will win the battle'. If you are sure you want to become an Osteopath, then constantly remind yourself why you want to be one during the whole 4 years. The support is offered. Do not give up and enjoy your new career path after.

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