Medical degree recognised by the UK General Medical Council.
General medical postgraduate experience.
Experience of musculoskeletal medicine is an advantage but not essential.
Satisfactory references from at least two sources.
IT skills to use e-mail and internet and Microsoft Office software, and access to email and internet outside college.
Indemnity insurance cover appropriate for the college clinic.
Satisfactory UK Criminal records check funded by the potential student.
If English is not your first language you need to achieve level 7 on IELTS on average across all sections with a minimum mark of 6 for each section.
If you are a Non EU National then you will need to contact the UK Border Agency about visa requirements. The London College of Osteopathic Medicine has Tier 4 and Highly Trusted Status with UK Border Agency.
Students have to agree to abide by the college and clinic regulations.
Students are required to sign the declaration and complete the application form.
If you are unsure about whether the course is suitable for you, or whether you meet our entry criteria our admissions advisor is Dr Ghulam Adel.
An informal visit to the college to see the methods of training and discuss career plans with members of the faculty by prior arrangement is recommended.
Application should be made, as early as possible before intended admission, on the College's form available as a download from the website. Depending on individual factors some applicants may be assessed for competence in English Language and basic clinical skills.