Osteopathy Degrees

Osteopathy Degrees in Australia

Tertiary Osteopathic courses in Australia are currently offered by the below institutions (further detail/student videos are below).

Further Study

Once you've completed your initial qualification, you can pursue further postgraduate research or clinically related taught Masters level courses. Masters by research and PhD programs are available at both RMIT University and Victoria University. There's also a wide range of inter-disciplinary Masters programs relevant to practising osteopaths.


Getting Accepted into Osteopathy


RMIT

RMIT University, Melbourne (Bundoora Campus), RMIT students must achieve successful completion of the Bachelor of Health Science / Bachelor of Applied Science (Osteopathy).

Hear it from a student! Listen to Luke McCarney (former student and Azharuddin Fazalbhoy (RMIT Course Leader):

 


Southern Cross University

Southern Cross University (Lismore and Gold Coast Campuses)

To become a registered osteopath, SCU students must:

Hear it from a student! Listen to Georgia Page (4th year student) and Paul Orrock (SCU Course Leader)

 


Victoria University

Victoria University, Melbourne (City - Flinders)

Hear it from a student! Listen to Nicola Stevens (former student) and Gary Fryer (VU Course Leader)

 


Osteopathy Scholarships

Puggy Hunter Memorial Scholarship

These scholarships will provide Aboriginal or Torres Strait students of Osteopathy a grant of up to $15,000 per annum for the usual duration of their course.

Get More Information

Enquire about this scholarship: Visit the Australian College of Nursing website or contact the ACN Scholarships Team on 1800 688 628 or email them at: scholarships@acn.org.au

 

Services for Australian Rural and Remote Allied Health (SARRAH)

SARRAH administers the Allied Health Streams of the Nursing and National Allied Health Scholarship and Support Scheme (NAHSSS).

Funding is provided by the Department of Health and Ageing (DoHA) and this national program supports health professionals and future health professionals to train and practice in geographic and clinical areas of need.

The specific objectives of the NAHSSS are to:

  • Increase the workforce by encouraging young people to pursue a career in allied health.
  • Support allied health professionals to undertake continuing professional development.
  • Encourage health careers in geographic areas and professions where there are shortages.

SARRAH manages five allied health scholarship streams under the NAHSSS.

Want Further Information? Visit SARRAH

Osteopathy Australia Partners

We work with these complementary key organisations as an essential part
of providing high quality healthcare for Australians.

GuildSuper
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MAIC QLD
Sleepmaker
Health Workforce Australia
HICAPS
Workcover WA
RMIT University
SA Worksafe
Pain Australia
ESSA
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VIC Worksafe
DVA
TAS Workcover
MAIB
Insurance Commission of WA
NT Worksafe
NSW SIRA
SCU
Victoria University
OIA
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AHPRA
FlexEze
MAC SA
QLD Worksafe
AHPA
Kymdan
National Rural Health Alliance
VIVOBAREFOOT
Medicare
Worksafe ACT
Associations Forum
Better Pain Management
Wentworth Advantage
Brooks Shoes
Arthritis Australia
Australian Osteopathic Accreditation Council
Member Advantage
TAC VIC
Guild Insurance
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