AECC Strategic Planning

The AECC's strategic plan for 2016 - 2021 has been reviewed and approved by AECC's Board of Governors.

The plan defines the overall vision for success and specific goals we will achieve by 2021, and details how the AECC will focus its resources, monitor progress, manage risks, and assure the desired results are accomplished. 

 Download the AECC's Strategic Plan.


Enhancement of learning and teaching strategy

Download and read more ot the AECC's Enhancement of Learning and Teaching Strategy 2016 which sets out the key approaches we take and the actions to which we commit in order to enhance the learning opportunities we offer.


AECC Income and Expenditure

The Anglo-European College of Chiropractic is registered with the Charity Commission and is a not for profit organisation. Any income generated by the College is therefore solely used to enable and improve the educational experience for all of its students and to enhance the College’s facilities.

Pie chart showing sources of income to the AECC

The College derives its income from a number of sources.

Tuition fees from undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, short courses and CPD make up the largest proportion of income accounting for 72% of total income. The current charge for tuition fees to home and EU students is set at £9,000 per annum. We receive additional HEFCE income on the basis of delivering high-cost subjects in the amount of £881,000.

Income based on the provision of clinical services contributes 10% of total income. The College derives income from a number of other sources primarily Spine Centre Ltd. and Catering.

Pie chart showing expenditure of AECC 2013-14

The College spends approximately £4.4m or approximately 56% of its costs on Academic, Library and Academic Support staff.

Services include functions such as IT, Central Services, Finance and Marketing as well as our University validation fee.

Investing in our Estate

The College aims to provide a high quality environment for its students and staff in which they can thrive. As well as maintaining the existing infra- structure, we believe it is important to invest in up-to-date teaching, research and non-academic facilities. In recent years we have invested in our academic, clinical and student facilities including the library, anatomy models lab, student cafeteria and bar, and on creating a digital editing suite, enlarging the Centre for Ultrasound Studies and installing an Open and Upright MRI Scanner.

College Accounts

View the College’s full financial statements.


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