Online Open Days
Providing information about osteopathy, the course and ESO student life
We understand how important it is to make an informed choice when deciding where to study, which is why we encourage all prospective students to visit the school – to find out more about the ESO and as part of the application process. Visitors find speaking to ESO staff and students and having the opportunity to ask questions invaluable. With COVID-19 measures in place, we understand it may be difficult to make the journey to Maidstone, particularly for those living overseas. That doesn’t mean you can’t find out everything you need to know about studying at the European School of Osteopathy.
We’ve provided below video presentations from each member of our Open Day panel; they will all be on hand for our next online event to answer any questions you may have. You’ll also have the opportunity to take part in a dedicated online workshop with Robert Thomas, ESO Clinic tutor, and be able to ask current students about their view of studying osteopathy and life at the ESO. If you’ve already attended an online Open Day please feel free to register to attend this NEW live open event.
Our next live events:-
- Tuesday 16th March at 3pm (GMT)
You can register using the form below. Once registered, you will receive login details. Note: this will be sent to the email address provided the day before the event.
We hope you’re able to join us. In the meantime, please feel free to explore our website for more information about our M.Ost Programme and the unique facilities we offer our students. Should you have any questions please email our Admissions Team at email@example.com, who will be happy to provide informal advice about the course and the application process.
Please note: much of the footage in these videos was filmed pre-Covid 19; the ESO complies with all current, applicable Covid requirements.
BUILDING YOUR FUTURE: ESO & BCOM – Ian Fraser, CEO & Dr Kerstin Rolfe, Principal
THE M.OST DEGREE – Ceira Kinch, Dean of Academic Studies
STUDYING OSTEOPATHY – Trevor Campbell, Lecturer & Head of Department
CLINICAL EDUCATION – Robert Thomas, ESO Clinic Tutor & Clinic Ambassador
STUDENT SUPPORT – Jacqui White, Student Welfare Officer
APPLYING TO THE ESO – Bernadette Ranger, Admissions Officer
FEES & FINANCE – Bernadette Ranger, Admissions Officer
ACCOMMODATION – Bernadette Ranger, Admissions Officer
STUDENT LIFE & KENT – Bernadette Ranger, Admissions Officer
STUDYING AT THE ESO – Lucy, Year 3 Student
THE OSTEOPATHIC APPROACH – Robert Thomas, Osteopath & ESO Clinic Tutor