Details of how to apply for our courses can be found below, but if you have any questions please contact our friendly admissions team at email@example.com or on +44 (0)20 7089 5316 who will be very happy to assist.
Please also read our Admissions Policy & Procedures that describes the admissions processes for both our undergraduate and postgraduate courses.
If you have yet to visit the UCO and would like to take a look around or meet some of our staff and students before you apply, you may wish to sign up for one of our open days.
Applying for the M.Ost full-time course
Applications for the M.Ost full-time course must be made online via the UCAS website.
To apply you will need to do the following:
- Register with UCAS (make a note of your login details)
- Complete your application form. Filling in the application form is not a difficult process but it may take some time to complete - there is a save and return option which allows you to complete your form in stages.
- Specifiy your course choices. To apply for the UCO's M.Ost full-time course you will need to provide our institution and course code as follows: Institution code: B87, Course code: B110
- You can apply for more than one course. There is an application fee of £12 to apply for a single course, or £23 to apply for multiple courses.
- Submit your application.
- Once you have submitted your application UCAS will forward it to us.
Applying for the M.Ost part time and Access courses
Applications for the M.Ost part-time course and the Access to Osteopathic Healthcare course should be made directly to the UCO admissions team.
Simply complete the appropriate application form and return it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applying for the Introduction to Osteopathic Sciences (IOS) course
Students that wish to study the Introduction to Osteopathic Sciences (IOS) course can apply for this programme at the same time as their application for the M.Ost course. If your application is shortlisted then you will have one interview to determine your suitability for both the IOS and degree course.
This course is only available to M.Ost applicants and cannot be applied for as a separate qualification. It is intended for applicants who have proven academic achievements but lack a solid background in science subjects such as Biology. If an applicant falls within this criteria, the IOS course may be offered as a fast-track bridging course.
Applying for a postgraduate course
The application process varies for each of our postgraduate courses. If you are interested in applying for a postgraduate course please contact our admissions team on + 44 (0)20 7089 5316 or at email@example.com for more information.
What happens after I have applied?
If your application is shortlisted, you will be invited to attend an Interview and Evaluation (I&E) day at the UCO. All students that have or are working towards the right qualifications and who submit a full application with a strong personal statement will be invited to an I&E day.
I&E days are designed to help us assess your suitability for the course. During the day you will be invited to take part in a practical task and an individual interview with two members of staff. This allows us to evaluate your potential to benefit from the course, as academic ability is only one part of the qualities you'll need.
The day is also an important opportunity for you to ask any questions you may have, and to make sure the course is the right choice for you. It gives you the chance to 'try out' osteopathy, find out more about the content and delivery of the course, and to meet staff, students and some of your fellow applicants.
While we encourage all applicants to attend an I&E day if possible, we may also conduct interviews via Skype.
Receiving an offer
Our admissions team aim to inform you of the outcome of your interview within a week. Successful applicants will be sent an offer email, and full-time applicants will also receive an update on UCAS track. The email will detail the type of offer, including whether or not it is conditional on you meeting particular grades or other requirements.
Applicants to the M.Ost full-time course will be given a decision deadline by UCAS. Key UCAS dates can be found on the UCAS website.
We ask that applicants to the M.Ost part-time course and Access course respond to offers within two weeks.
Contacting the admissions team
Our admissions team will be pleased to help you with all aspects of the UCO's application process. They can be contacted on: +44 (0)20 7089 5316 or at firstname.lastname@example.org