The graduation day was about a week ago and already so many of our graduates found employment as manual osteopaths. This makes us so proud!
It is because of such great students that our schools have become #1 provider of osteopathic education in the world, teaching in 68 countries. The success of our students is what attracts many new students to enrol at one of our three schools.
We have introduced osteopathy to many countries for the first time. Countries such as Brunei, Mauritius, Tanzania, Iran & Colombia now have access to osteopathic care, thanks to our alumni.
Our university in Florida, National University of Medical Sciences (USA) is the only university in the states offering manual osteopathic education.
Our university in Madrid, National University of Medical Sciences (Spain) is the largest provider of doctor of physical therapy (DPT) & doctor of osteopathy (DO) programs in Europe.
Our growth and expansion is the result of our students being successful in practice. While the average income for manual osteopaths in Canada is $90,000 per year, We are happy to say that our annual alumni survey showed that many of our graduates are making over $150,000 per year way above the average.