On 22nd November the ESO welcomed schools from across Kent to its Boxley campus for a careers event dedicated to the Allied Health Professions*. Representatives from most AHPs took part, with talks and workshops provided by a Radiographer, Occupational Therapist, Paramedics and Careers Advisers. The ESO gave rolling 25-minute talkshops and technique demonstrations plus 2 […]
July 11th was a special day in the School’s calendar as we celebrated the achievements of the ESO Class of 2019. Graduation is the culmination of years of intense study and hard work for our students and marks the start of what should be a long and successful professional career. We were delighted to share […]
After over 40 years of continuous service to the ESO, 22nd May 2018 was Stephen Pirie’s last official teaching day at the School. He had a well-deserved send-off at lunchtime, attended by faculty, students and staff. Stephen has been an integral part of the ESO’s development, being the School’s first Vice-Principal and one time Head of […]
The UK government recently announced that EU students applying for a place at an English university or further education institution in the 2017-18 and 2018-2019 academic years will continue to be eligible for student loans and grants – and will be for the duration of their course. If you are an EU student and would […]
The 2016 National Student Survey data has just been released and we’re delighted to find that our performance, as judged by our final year students, is extremely positive in all areas. You can find the ESO data online at www.unistats.direct.gov.uk* *Please note: ESO tuition fees are £9,000pa (not £9,250, as quoted on the Unistats site)
The 2016 Graduation Ceremony was, as ever, a great success, with the presentation of 48 M.Ost degrees, 4 PCCertHE and 29 Diploma in Osteopathy (International) awards. Individual prizes were presented to Natalie Alexander (Research), Paul France (Clinic) and Alana Wood (Academic). Our guests for the ceremony included His Worship the Mayor and the Mayoress of Maidstone and Prof […]
Following the referendum decision that the UK is to leave the EU, on behalf of the ESO I would like to reassure all stakeholders that we are proud to be the European School of Osteopathy. For over forty years we have honoured our heritage and embraced our global ambition, this is our identity, the reason […]
The ESO was proud to support Parkinson’s UK at the 2016 London Marathon. Thirteen of our student practitioners, along with 2 ESO Clinic tutors, volunteered to provide runners with post race massage at the Strand Palace Hotel – an exciting and rewarding experience for all involved. More information about Parkinson’s UK is available on their website www.parkinsons.org.uk.