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University of Applied Sciences Fresenius • University of Applied Sciences • München, Köln, Idstein


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Standard length of studies
8 semesters
Bachelor of Science (Bachelor of Science)
Areas of Focus
Anatomy, Physiology, Patho-Physiology in Neurology, Biochemistry, Dysfunctions and Adjustments, Palpation in Examination and Treatment, Health Services, Health Science, Health Economics, Symptoms and Activity of the Tissue, Contraindications, Orthopaedics, Urogenital Tract, Internal Medicine, Interactions in the Treatment Process, Paediatrics, Psychiatry and Differential Diagnostics
Tuition fees
595 EUR per Month


Admission requirements (Germany)
In order to be able to study the Bachelor's degree course in Osteopathy (B.Sc.) at the Fresenius University of Applied Sciences full-time, you need a higher education entrance qualification such as the general qualification for university entrance. For more ways to get admitted to an osteopathic course, see our information page on admission requirements. If you are unsure about studying osteopathy, please feel free to make an appointment for individual student advice and counselling.
Admission requirements (Link)
Admission Semester
Winter Semester only
Admission Mode
Selection procedure / qualifying examination
Lecture Period
01.03.2022 - 31.08.2022

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