The professional, scientific and examining body for optometry in the UK, working for the public benefit.

What's New

  1. College calls for poster presentations

    Abstracts for poster presentations are being invited for the College's next annual conference, Optometry Tomorrow, in Brighton on 8-9 March 2015.

  2. First rate feedback for the College's Scheme for Registration

    Candidates for the College’s most recent Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) exams have given the Scheme for Registration top marks.

  3. Lecture on migraine and the role of the optometrist set to open Bitesize

    Professor Bruce Evans FCOptom will kick off Optometry Tomorrow Bitesize with his lecture ‘Migraine and other headaches: the role of the optometrist’ at Ascot Racecourse on Sunday 5 October.

  4. Optometry Tomorrow 2015 tickets on sale now

    Tickets for Optometry Tomorrow 2015 went on sale this week with a 50% saving off the full rate for College members. The annual two-day conference will take place at the Brighton Centre from 8-9 March 2015.

  5. More benefits and the same great value from the College

    For the fifth consecutive year, the College's membership fees will remain unchanged, with new and improved benefits ready to be introduced.

  6. College to remember the First World War at Open House 2014

    The College will mark the 100th anniversary of the start of the First World War when it opens its doors to the public during Open House 2014 on Sunday 21 September.

  7. College journal now ranked 13th in the world

    The College's research journal, Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics (OPO), has become one of the most important journals in ophthalmology and vision science.

  8. Latest OSCE results

    The results are in for the College’s latest OSCE (Objective Structured Clinical Examination). 364 candidates sat the OSCE in July - the Scheme for Registration’s final assessment - resulting in a pass rate of 85%.


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