Keele University & the College of Osteopaths


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Posted on 10 June 2010

Keele University & the College of Osteopaths Open Event

Looking for a more rewarding career?

On Sunday (June 13th) there is an opportunity for adults of all ages to find out about changing to a more rewarding career.

If you study to be an osteopath at Keele University then you don’t have to give up your current job and income whilst you are re-training.  The BSc (Hons) Osteopathy is a part-time programme specifically designed for people with work and family commitments.  It is the only fully part-time pathway into the osteopathic profession in the UK.  And it is right on your doorstep in Staffordshire.

School and college-leavers with two A Levels will also find the programme appealing because it allows students to take a job during the week to help with course fees.   This means that students can avoid being saddled with a big loan to pay off at the end of the programme.

If you are good with your hands, good with people, and good at thinking clearly to find solutions to complex problems, then you might be well suited to osteopathy.  It provides a flexible job pattern in a variety of settings, and carries a high level of responsibility as an independent professional practitioner.

Come to the Keele campus on Sunday 13 June to find out more.  The Programme Leader, Elizabeth Elander, will be in the MacKay Building between 12-2pm for informal talks. 

Further information about the osteopathy programme can be found on the prospectus pages of the University website  www.keele.ac.uk or email for an information pack: osteopathy@keele.ac.uk