The European School of Osteopathy (ESO) has a long tradition of establishing successful academic relationships with international partners all over the world and has contributed to the development and growth of many osteopathic schools and practises throughout Europe, the Middle East and Asia. The School is also a key contributor to organisations such as OsEAN and the OIA as they look to ensure osteopathic standards internationally.
At the ESO we tailor osteopathic programmes that are bespoke for each country and partner; these can range from a one-off postgraduate seminar to a complete four-year curriculum leading to a Diploma in Osteopathy (International). We can also offer CPD events or conferences for you. We have an excellent calibre of international tutors that range from a Professor of osteopathy to those that have specialised interest and are leaders in their field. Our very own Principal is also passionate about teaching internationally and takes part in some of our international teaching programmes. To further enhance the ESO’s capability to work with you, we have an excellent research department that are on hand to advise our international partners and students when necessary.
Our experience and excellent reputation in Europe and further afield means that the ESO is frequently approached by potential new partners from all over the world – we can help with everything, establishing your initial business plans and creating something that is absolutely right for your specific country. If you are starting up a new osteopathic educational project we can also help you with advice, website design and ranking, marketing and general infrastructure. We welcome your enquiry however big or small – we look forward to discussing our wide range of educational osteopathic services with you. In the first instance please contact Richard Twining, International Consultant, who will be delighted to assist you with your initial enquiry.
Join our Team
We actively encourage applications from high quality lecturers to expand our international faculty – if you would be interested in joining the International Department team please contact International Consultant, Richard Twining, with your CV and a short biography outlining areas of expertise and experience.