View all Master Degrees in Osteopathy in United Kingdom
A master is a graduate degree that is meant to be completed after finishing a bachelor. Although they may take between one and three years of study, most master's programs may be completed in about two years.
Studies of osteopathy may require time in the clinic to learn hands-on practices in combination with lectures and seminars. Learning about the musculoskeletal framework and then learning how to manipulate this framework with a focus on joints, muscles and the spine helps students prepare to work in the health sciences.
A MOst is an undergraduate integrated Masters degree. It enables students with no previous experience to transition to a fully fledged independent practitioner in just 4
Do you want to be in a profession where you get daily job satisfaction from helping others?
Are you interested in understanding how the body works?
Are you enthusiastic and motivated to learn a new discipline?
Do you have a holistic view of the body and health?
Would being an independent practitioner suit your career aspirations?
Do you enjoy working ‘hands-on’ with people?
If you answer yes to any of the above, then a career in osteopathy might be for you.
A MOst is an undergraduate integrated Masters degree. It enables students with no previous experience to transition to a fully fledged independent practitioner in just 4 years (or 5/6 years of part-time study for Home/EU students)....