Why study Osteopathy at Swansea University?

We have an excellent reputation, being ranked 3rd in the UK for Complementary Medicine (Complete University Guide, 2023).

Approved by the General Osteopathic Council, this course enables you to register to apply for practice on graduation. 

Our state-of-the-art facilities in the School of Health and Social Care include a multi-disciplinary osteopathic clinic at the award-winning Health and Wellbeing Academy

 

Where could an Osteopathy degree at Swansea take me?

100% of our Osteopathy students employed in a professional or managerial role within six months of graduating (Destinations of Leavers from HE Study 2018)

Your salary is determined by the number of patients you see, and whether you set up your own practice or join an already established practice as an associate partner, but you can expect an average starting salary of around £25,000.

Osteopathy student Rinal's top tips

Our Osteopathy student, Rinal, shares her top tips to prospective students looking to study Osteopathy at Swansea University...

“The process of applying to University can be daunting! However, one thing I have learned from my experience is that the people at Swansea University are very friendly. The Osteopathy teaching staff are so helpful and will always be there if you need help.  

Also, enjoy the stunning beaches Swansea has to offer!”

Rinal Osteo

Want to know more?

We have so much more we want to share with you, why not explore our Osteopathy course page or book on to our next open day.

Want to find out More about Swansea

Feeling inspired to train for a career in the NHS? Take the time to explore our campus from the comfort of your own home using our virtual tour, talk to some of our current students about what it is like studying at Swansea and make sure you register for our next Open Day where you can experience Swansea, our community and our courses in person.